As part of a series of dialogues on the potential for restorative justice to transform the Scottish justice system, I gave a presentation on 22 March 2017 focussing on sexual violence. Drawing on my research with sexual violence survivors, I asked what justice means for survivors and whether there may be a role for restorative justice in responding to some of their justice interests.
Icelandic Parliament Justice Committee:
In October 2015, I was privileged to give evidence to the Justice Committee of the Icelandic Parliament on the potential of restorative justice in cases of gendered violence.
- Clare McGlynn, Nicole Westmarland, and Ms Nikki Godden, ‘Restorative Justice: Building Consensus in Theory and Practice’ Nottingham Trent University (2011) McGlynn et al, ‘Restorative Justice and Sexual Violence’ Nottingham University (April 2011)
- Clare McGlynn, Nicole Westmarland, and Ms Nikki Godden, “I just wanted him to hear me” Sexual Violence and the Possibilities of Restorative Justice, British Society of Criminology Annual Conference, July 2011 McGlynn et al, ‘I just wanted him to hear me’ BritSocCrim (July 2011)
- Clare McGlynn, ‘Victim-Survivors of Sexual Violence ideas of justice and restorative justice’ Capacity and Capability Seminar Programme (21st October 2014) Read the presentation here: McGlynn, Victim-Survivors of Sexual Violence ideas of justice and restorative justice (October 2014)
- Clare McGlynn, ‘Restorative justice and sexual violence: exploring the possibilities’ 5th North East Conference on Sexual Violence, Durham University, November 2011 Clare McGlynn, ‘restorative justice and sexual violence: exploring the possibilities’’ (Nov 2011) 5th north east conference presentation