Victim Offender Mediation Association
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Articles by scholars and practitioners too long for Connections. Some of these articles reside on other servers and are linked here. Their links will open a new window on another web site.
VOMA's quarterly newsletter, and its predecessor from 1996 to 2006. One of the field's premier resources. Members received a print copy.
A co-produced newsletter from NAFCM, PRASI, and VOMA beginning in summer 2006, with NAFCM dropping out after the first few issues.
Frequently Asked Questions on the subject of restorative justice. This FAQ has notes from a variety of practitioners and will continue to grow. Some areas are controversial and may have two articles with opposite views. Article titles with no article invite submission of articles for the FAQ.
Official documents of the VOMA Board. Ethics Guidelines, Strategic Plan, Conference archives . . . .
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