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The Restorative Justice Series is published by RJ4All Publications and focuses on social sciences and the publication of cutting-edge research on restorative justice, criminal justice, equality and human rights. RJ4All Publications is the publishing arm of the Restorative Justice for All International Institute (Company no: 08684719), and the publisher of the leading international, peer reviewed Internet Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ) and the Youth Voice Journal (YVJ™)

All our publications are indexed by EBSCO Information Services and are available to over 170,000 universities and government departments from around the world. They can also be downloaded from and Kindle.

RJ4All Publications and our Restorative Justice Series are fully committed to ethical publication practice, and have a strict Publications Ethics Guidelines that we adhere to. RJ4All Publications and its Journals are guided by our Editorial Board and International Advisory Board. Their membership includes some of the most prominent academics, researchers and practitioners in the area that we publish.

Authors interested in publishing their work with RJ4All Publications should get in touch with the Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Gavrielides We do not charge for publishing and are not interested in making any kind of profit. RJ4All Publications is non partisan, but motivated by its values. We aim to advance research, academic rigour and public understanding of social harm, social inequality and alternative ways of restoring peace and crime. Ultimately, we want to affect positive change in society, and have a real-world impact.

No 152019-1-UK01- KA204-97CBFC43-ENBringing restorative justice and art into mental health settings Views from the UK, Greece, Hungary, Spain and Cyprus in national languages
No 15 Gavrielides, T. et al (2020) Bringing Restorative Justice and Art into Mental Health Settings
No 14Gavrielides, T. et al (2020) Restoring Respect in Migrants, Summary findings from the Restoring Respect Project: The UK, Greece, Italy, Spain and Cyprus,
No 13 Gavrielides, T. (2019) Restorative Justice Theory and Practice: Addressing the Discrepancy, 2nd Edition, London
No 12Gavrielides, T. et al, (2019) Conducting youth-led research informing and influencing social policy, London: RJ4All Publications.
No 11Gavrielides, T. and Noriega, D. (2019) Youth-led restorative justice in action: using art, sport and the values of restorative justice to enhance community cohesion
No 10Gavrielides, T. and Tsagas, M (2019) Collapsing the Criminal Labels of Domestic Violence: A Social & Restorative Justice Approach, London
No 9Laura, D. et al (2019) Community cohesion through children-led restorative justice art
No 8Gavrielides, T. (2019) Safeguarding and Empowering Victims: Training manual on restorative justice in the Victims’ Directive
No 7Wong, S.G.D (2019) and Gavrielides, T. Restorative Justice in Educational Settings and Policies
No 6Gavrielides, T. et al (2018) The story of restorative justice art through children’s eyes
No 5Gavrielides, T. (2018) Equality Matters for Restorative Justice
No 4Gavrielides, T. (2018) Human Rights and Restorative Justice
No 3Gavrielides, T. (2017) 25 Restorative Justice case studies
No 2Gavrielides, T., Ntziadima, A. and I. Gouseti. (2015) Evaluating Social Action for Rehabilitation: Restorative Justice in Prison Settings
No 1Gavrielides, T. and. Loseby, G. (2014) The Wind of Change: Comparative Lessons for Restorative Justice in South Africa and the United Kingdom