Lindsey Pointer, PhD
Restorative Justice for Kids
How can we introduce kids to restorative justice principles and practices?
Wally and Freya is a picture book that teaches children empathy and the power of kindness and inclusion. The first in a new series on restorative justice for kids from Good Books, the publisher of the Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding series.
A free coloring page and printable puppets are now available to support deeper engagement with the story.
Restorative Teaching Tools
Since the publication of The Little Book of Restorative Teaching Tools, Lindsey Pointer and Kathleen McGoey launched RestorativeTeachingTools.com, a website with more free games and activities for teaching restorative justice. Check out the website to access new restorative teaching tools, sign up for the newsletter, and learn about upcoming trainings and events.
What is Restorative Justice?
More than just a collection of community building and conflict transformation processes, restorative justice is now best understood as a social movement, aimed at strengthening communities and repairing interpersonal and structural harm in a way that honors our innate connection.