+ Editors

Dr. John Charlton
JCharlton Publishing Ltd

Dr. John G. Hansen
Member, Opaskwayak Cree First Nation
Assistant Professor
University of Saskatchewan

Dr. Sandra Pavelka
Associate Professor
Florida Gulf Coast University

+ Peer Review Board

Sarah Bennett PhD

  The University of Queensland
Teresa A. Booker PhD
  John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Carolyn Boyes-Watson PhD
  Suffolk University
Diane Crocker PhD
  Saint Mary’s University
Becky Kohler da Cruze JD, PhD
  Armstrong Atlantic University
Jose de Arimateia da Cruze PhD
  Armstrong Atlantic University
Andrew Fulkerson PhD
  Southeast Missouri State University
Gerry Johnstone PhD
  University of Hull
Linda KeenaEdD
  The University of Mississippi
Herman Michell PhD
  Member, Barren Lands Cree First Nation
David Polizzi PhD
  Indiana State University
Carl Stauffer PhD
  Eastern Mennonite University


+ Editorial Policies

IJRJ publishes articles from around the world and across all areas pertaining to restorative justice. Articles encourage looking anew at conventional topics or identifying new areas for research consideration. IJRJ publishes theoretical, methodological, and empirical papers. In addition to publishing peer-reviewed papers, IJRJ contains invited papers, book reviews, and short commentary sections.

Section Policies
Open Submissions    Peer-reviewed

Book Reviews
Open Submissions

Authors acknowledge that copyright becomes vested with the International Journal of Restorative Justice, through JCharlton Publishing Ltd.

Open Access
IJRJ provides immediate open access to its contents on the principle that making research freely available supports academic and practitioner efforts to improve the discipline.

+ Submit to IJRJ

Papers should be submitted electronically to Dr. John Charlton at so that blind reviews may be assured.


International Journal of Restorative Justice


The International Journal of Restorative Justice (IJRJ) is an open-access, international peer-reviewed and multi-disciplinary publication.

The IJRJ is actively seeking papers, which examine the role of restorative justice as applicable to any situation, and considers the intersection between theory and practical application.

We request that all submissions adhere to the current APA style guideline.

Papers should be submitted electronically to Dr. John Charlton at so that blind reviews may be assured.