Changing Lenses: Restorative Justice for Our Times (Anniversary)


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Herald Press (VA)
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5.5 X 8.5 X 0.7 inches | 0.86 pounds

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About the Author

Howard Zehr is widely regarded as the grandfather of restorative justice. His work includes trainings and consultations on restorative justice, victim-offender conferencing, judicial reform, and other criminal justice matters, and he has had particular influence in the United States, Brazil, Japan, Jamaica, Northern Ireland, Britain, the Ukraine, and New Zealand, which has restructured its juvenile justice system into a family-focused, restorative approach. Zehr is the 2015 recipient of the Ireland Distinguished Scholar Award for his work in restorative justice.


"Now that our nation is finally beginning to come to terms with the immorality and irrationality of our criminal injustice system, I hope that we will reread Howard Zehr's classic text, Changing Lenses, and accept his challenge to reimagine what justice ought to look like."

--Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow "Reviews "
"This book will change how you think about wrongdoing and justice and mercy."--Leymah Gbowee, winner of the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize "Reviews "

"Maybe one day we'll integrate some of the principles of civil law into criminal justice, as Howard Zehr advises in his book Changing Lenses."--in Dead Man Walking

--Sister Helen Prejean, C.S.J. "Reviews "

"If you read only one thing on crime and justice issues, read this. If you plan to read nothing on crime and justice . . . then change your mind and read this. I have a shelf of books on these issues but this is my favorite."

--Arthur P. Boers, associate professor of pastoral theology "Reviews "

"This book will get you thinking in new ways. It's the best book on criminal justice I have ever read. Profound and thoughtful, yet written in plain language."

--Jim Mustin, founder, Family and Corrections Network "Reviews "

"A needed book with many suggestions for moving toward a more just criminal system."