Martin Wright was an early advocate for restorative justice in the UK and Europe, and continues to provide leadership there and abroad.
Martin Wright was an early advocate for restorative justice in the UK and Europe, and continues to provide leadership there and abroad. He has written three books, the most recent of which is Restoring Respect for Justice: A Symposium (Waterside Press, Winchester UK, 1999). He also co-edited an anthology on restorative justice, and has written a number of articles and papers on various aspects of restorative justice.Martin's work is not confined to writing. He has been Director of the Howard League for Penal Reform, Policy Officer of Victim Support, and Librarian of the Cambridge Institute of Criminology. He was a founding member of Mediation UK, and more recently of the European Forum on Mediation and Restorative Justice. He acts as a voluntary mediator in the Lambeth mediation Service, London. He is currently Visiting Research Fellow at the School of Legal Studies, University of Sussex.