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Zehr Reaches Millions in Japan

While traveling to his next appointment on the Tokyo subway system, Howard Zehr (right) is interviewed by Yasukazu Akada, a reporter for A ...More

Zehr Cited for Restorative Justice Work

Howard Zehr displays the award received from the Restorative Justice Association of Virginia. Photo by Jim Bishop A coalition of organizations working in ...More

Exhibit Explores ‘Trauma’ Theme

It’s an inside look at the effects of traumatic experiences through the eyes of crime victims and life-sentenced prisoners. “A Ladder Without Rungs,” an exhibit ...More

How to make justice work

RESTORATIVE justice entails the need for victims and perpetrators to understand each other in order for them to be accepted in society, an expert says. Professor Howard Zehr said people needed to make the legal system work if they were to live a peaceful life. The co-director of the Conflict Transformation Programm at the Eastern Mennonite University in United States was speakin ...More

Play Takes Intense Look at Crime Victims

Howard Zehr, co-director of EMU’s Conflict Transformation Program and author of the book upon which the play, “A Body in Mo ...More

Restorative Justice Workshop Looks at Faces in Prison

Allyson Holtz and Howard Zehr discuss one of Holtz’s mixed media portraits of inmates on exhibit during the Summer Peace ...More

November Publication Slated for Zehr’s Latest Book

The Little Book of Family Group Conferences, by Howard Zehr and Allan MacRae is scheduled to be released in November, 2004. ...More

EMU’s Zehr Cited for Restorative Justice Work

Howard Zehr has been awarded the 2003 International Prize for Restorative Justice by the PFI Centre for Justice and Reconciliation. The cash prize was presented in recognition of his &# ...More