Our campaigns

Our campaigns aim is to increase access to Restorative Justice for victims of crime in England and Wales. We do this by celebrating good practice, highlighting gaps, working with practitioners and decision-makers and doing our own research.

Access to Justice

Access to Justice: Hate Crime and RJ

Aims to improve access to Restorative Justice for victims of hate crimes, allowing them to make an informed choice about their recovery.
About Access to Justice

Valuing Victims

Valuing Victims

The Valuing Victims Campaign highlights the challenges victims face in accessing Restorative Justice (RJ) and highlights and promotes good practice.
About Valuing Victims

Parole Board

Making the Parole Board work for victims

Why me? and the Parole Board collaborate to support greater awareness of RJ amongst the Parole Board Panel Members and also to increase understanding about The Parole Board process among RJ services and practitioners.
About the Parole Board work

Observer Programme

The Observer Programme

Why me? is organising access to Restorative Justice meetings for newly elected Police and Crime Commissioners, Government Ministers, the judiciary and local decision-makers.
The Observer Programme

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