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:: Foreign Speakers ::
 | Post date: 2017/11/21 | 

1- John Braithwaite 

John Braithwaite is a Distinguished Professor and Founder of RegNet (the Regulatory Institutions Network) at the Australian National University.

Since 2004 he has led a 25-year comparative project called Peacebuilding Compared (most recent book: Networked Governance of Freedom and Tyranny (2012, with Hilary Charlesworth and Aderito Soares). He also works on business regulation and the crime problem. His best known research is on the ideas of responsive regulation (for which the most recent book is Regulatory Capitalism: How it works, ideas for making it work better (2008)) and restorative justice (most useful book, Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation (2002)). Reintegrative shaming has also been an important focus (see Eliza Ahmed, Nathan Harris, John Braithwaite and Valerie Braithwaite (2001) Shame Management through Reintegration). John Braithwaite has been active in the peace movement, the politics of development, the social movement for restorative justice, the labour movement and the consumer movement, around these and other ideas for 50 years in Australia and internationally.
2- Heather Strang

Professor Heather Strang is Director of the Police Executive Programme and its M.St. Degree in Applied Criminology and Police Management. She is also Director of Research in the Jerry Lee Centre of Experimental Criminology at the Institute of Criminology, where she has developed expertise in the management of randomized controlled trials. Internationally recognized for her British and Australian experiments in police-led restorative justice conferences, she was for ten years the Director of the Centre for Restorative Justice at the Australian National University. Prior to her appointment at ANU, she was Executive Research Officer at the Australian Institute of Criminology, where she founded the Australian national reporting system for homicide, after serving on the research staff of the Australian National Committee on Violence.

Professor Strang's research interests include the effects of crime and justice on victims of crime, the diversion of cases from prosecution to alternative disposals, and restorative justice conferences as both a supplement to and diversion from prosecution. In 2013 her research team published the Campbell Collaboration Systematic Review of the Effects of Restorative Justice Conferences on Offender Recidivism and Victim Satisfaction. She also researches police responses to domestic violence and has recently completed with colleagues a five-year experiment with the Hampshire Constabulary testing the CARA programme, which successfully reduced offending in domestic abuse.

Professor Strang was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Experimental Criminology in 2002 and was a member of the Scientific Commission of the International Society of Criminology from 2006 to 2012. In recent years she has been invited to lecture on her research by universities, learned societies and governments in Japan, Colombia, Norway, Uruguay, Sweden, USA, Turkey, Israel, Ireland, Scotland and Belgium. She is an Honorary Professor at the University of Queensland and in 2014 was appointed a Senior Fellow of the Cambridge Centre for Evidence-Based Policing. She is Academic Editor of the Cambridge Journal of Evidence-Based Policing.
3- Janine P. Geske

Janine P. Geske  is an American jurist and law professor who served as a justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court from 1993 to 1998 and as interim Milwaukee County Executive in 2002.born in Port Washington, Wisconsin, Geske was raised in the nearby community of Cedarburg. She graduated from Cedarburg High School in 1967 and received her bachelor's and master's degrees from Beloit College in 1971 and 1972, respectively. Geske earned her law degree from the Marquette University Law School in 1975.

Geske worked as chief staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee until 1979. She was an assistant professor at Marquette University Law School from 1978–81 and was founding director of the Marquette University Law School's Clinic for the Elderly. From 1981 to 1993, Geske served as a Milwaukee County circuit court judge. In 1993, she was appointed to the Wisconsin Supreme Court by Governor Tommy Thompson, a Republican. Geske was elected to a full term on the court in 1994 but resigned from the bench in 1998. Following her departure from the court, Geske worked as a professor at Marquette University, holding the Association of Marquette University Women's CHair in Humanistic Studies in 2000 and 2001. From February to May 2002, she served as the interim Milwaukee County Executive, following the resignation of F. Thomas Ament amid a massive pension scandal. Later in 2002, Geske was appointed interim dean of the Marquette University Law School, serving until 2003.[2] Geske has remained on the law school faculty and is on the faculty of the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada. In both 1994 and 2002, the Milwaukee Bar honored her with its Lawyer of the Year award. In 2017, Geske was one of 54 former Wisconsin judges who signed a letter advocating for rules requiring judges to recuse themselves in cases involving campaign donors.

4- Evelyn Zellerer


E-mail:  info@peaceofthecircle.com

Research Interests:

  • Restorative Justice
  • Conflict Resolution and Peacemaking
  • Aboriginal Peoples and Justice
  • Action Research; Qualitative Research

Evelyn Zellerer, Ph.D., is the Founder/Director, Peace of the Circle – an independent, international organization that works with justice agencies, government, businesses, non-profits, schools, families and communities. 

Dr. Evelyn Zellerer is a facilitator, trainer and speaker specializing in peace circles, restorative justice, and conscious governance. Over the past 25 years, she has taught and led projects in diverse cultural contexts, including the Arctic, Australia, Caribbean, Kazakhstan, South Africa, UK, and USA. Evelyn has presented at national and international venues, including the United Nations.
Evelyn earned her BA in clinical psychology from McGill University, MA in criminology from University of Toronto, and Ph.D. in criminology from Simon Fraser University. She is currently a professor part-time at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Canada

For more information, please visit  www.peaceofthecircle.com

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