A conversation with Federico Reggio

A conversation with Federico Reggio[i] BP: Federico, I am really happy to have this conversation with you. Perhaps the Coronavirus situation in Italy which has locked you at home in Verona now, will at least play in my favour[ii]. How does a restorative scholar go through such a complex social phenomenon? What are some of your thoughts and feelings at…

A conversation with Jasmyn Elise Story

A conversation with Jasmyn Elise Story[i] BP.¬†Jasmyn, we met in the Restorative Justice and Social Innovation conference at the University of Padua, only to discover a great affinity between us, ways of thinking, being, and acting in the world. I am always enthusiastic when I encounter restorative practitioners with a background in activism. But before we talk about this intersection…

A conversation with Johannes Feest

A conversation with Johannes Feest[i] BP. Johannes, I am honored you have accepted to talk to me. I really appreciate this immediate openness of yours to communicate between generations and between perspectives, such as restorative justice and abolitionism, which I think might become perhaps the focus of our talk. It seems to be a disposition of your character to engage…