A conversation with Lindsey Pointer

A conversation with Lindsey Pointer[i] BP. Lindsey, thank you for accepting to have this conversation with me. I have wanted to talk to you more at length since the first time we encountered each other, in the art and justice workshop in Tirana. You amazed me at that time, since I kept complaining about Lady Justice, her violent accessories, and…

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…