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- United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. (2020). Handbook on restorative justice programmes (Second Edition). Vienna: United Nations Publications. Retrieved from
- Van Ness, D. (2000). The Shape of Things to Come: A Framework for Thinking about A Restorative Justice System . Tübingen, Germany: International Conference on Restorative Justice for Juveniles.
- Wachtel, T. (2016). Defining restorative [Booklet]. Bethlehem, PA: International Institute for Restorative Practices.
- Zehr, H. (2002). The little book of restorative justice. Intercourse, PA. Good Books.
- Van Ness, D. W., & Strong, K. H. (2015). Restoring justice: An introduction to restorative justice. 5th ed. Waltham, MA: Anderson Publishing.
- Wachtel, T. (2013). Dreaming of a new reality: How restorative practices reduce crime and violence, improve relationships and strengthen civil society. Bethlehem, PA: The Piper’s Press.
- Daly, Kathleen (2000). Sexual assault and restorative justice . Restorative Justice and Family Violence Conference: Australian National University.
- Mercer, V., Sten Madsen, K., Keenan, M. & Zinsstag, E. (2015). Doing restorative justice in cases of sexual violence: A practice guide. Leuven: Leuven Institute of Criminology.
- Sherman, L. W., & Strang, H. (2007). Restorative justice: The evidence (pp.62-78). London, England: Smith Institute.
- Zinsstag, E., Teunkens, M. & Pali, B. (2011). Conferencing: a way forward for restorative justice in Europe?. Report to the European Commission. Leuven: European Forum for Restorative Justice.
- Wojtas, N. & Keenan, M. (2016). Is restorative justice for sexual crime compatible with various criminal justice systems? Contemporary Justice Review, 19(1), p. 43-68.
- Casey, M., Curry, W., Burton, A., & Gribben, K. (2014). A Necessary Discovery: Why the Theory is Important. In V. Kelly & M. Thorsborne, The Psychology of Emotion in Restorative Practices. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
- Kim, W. C. and Mauborgne, R. (1997). Fair process: Managing in the knowledge economy. Harvard Business Review, 75, 4. pp. 65-75.
- Rosenberg, M. (2003). Nonviolent communication: A language if life (2nd ed.). Encinitas CA: Puddledancer Press.
- Rosenberg, M. (2005). The surprising purpose of anger.
- Wachtel, T. (2016). Defining restorative. Bethlehem, PA: International Institute for Restorative Practices.
- A resource by Living Justice Press on the circle process, its contents as well as types of circles. Kay Pranis, a key contributor to the modern-day development of circles is Chair of Living Justice Press.
- The International Institute for Restorative Practice’s resource on what circle processes are.
- CSJ’s report (Perspectives of Justice: Restorative Justice and Child Sexual Abuse in India, 2018, page 48-49) which talks about circles and the types of circles including Circles for Change, Healing Circles, Sentencing Circles, Reintegration Circles/Circles of Support and Accountability.