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The Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice was established in January 2014.

The Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice was established in January 2014 and serves as the focus for collaborative, interdisciplinary research and teaching on restorative justice theory and practice, both within the justice sector and beyond. The holder of the Chair, the Professor of Restorative Justice, provides academic and professional leadership to a team of researchers and practitioners, and facilitates collaborative engagement between public sector agencies and civil society organisations on restorative justice issues.

The Government has expressed support for increasing the reach and quality of restorative interventions, and the practitioner community is set to expand considerably in the coming years. The Chair in Restorative Justice will play a pivotal role in carrying this momentum forward in an academically credible and practice-focused way.

About the Chair

Professor Chris Marshall is the inaugural holder of the Chair in Restorative Justice.

Our people

Meet the team who work with the Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice at Victoria.

About Diana Unwin

The Chair in Restorative Justice is named after Diana Unwin, 1923–2014.

About our courses

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About our Advisory Board

The Advisory Board enables the Chair to engage in constructive dialogue with influential external stakeholders, to solicit useful and strategic advice.

Sponsors

We gratefully acknowledge the support of our sponsors.