Tribal Law & Policy Institute: Traditional Law
Contains links to information and resources concerning tribal custom and tradition, traditional law, traditional methods of dispute resolution, and other related issues.
Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative (NARF)
Provides background information about indigenous peacemaking and tools to help Native people implement peacemaking in their communities.
by Lisa Rieger
Circle Sentencing: Part of the Restorative Justice Continuum
Community Holistic Circle Healing
Keex’ Kwan Judicial Peacemaking Code – Organized Village of Kake
Kake Circle Peacemaking Flow Chart
Rethinking Customary Law in Tribal Court Jurisprudence
by Matthew Fletcher
Navajo Nation Peacemaking: Living Traditional Justice (Marianne O. Nielson & James W. Zion, eds., The University of Arizona Press 2005).
Justice as Healing: Indigenous Ways (Wanda D. McCaslin, ed., Living Justice Press 2005)
Peacemaking Circles: From Crime to Community (Kay Pranis, et. al., 2003).
Other Useful Resources (Articles/Codes)
University of Detroit Law Review, Walking Together in a Good Way: Indian Peacemaker Courts in Michigan – 7 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 875
Comanche Tribe, Pathways to Healing Policies & Procedures 1997
Educating Peacemakers by Robert Yazzie and James Zion
Integrating Traditional Dispute Resolution in Tribal Justice Systems by Robert Yazzie and James Zion
Transformation of Conflict: Demonstration of Peacemaking in Various Contexts
NCAI Peacemaking Support Resolution
Navajo Peacemaking Process by Robert Yazzie and James Zion
On yote a ka Tsi Teshaqkotika to lehte: Oneida Peacemaking System
Peacemaking: A Guide to the Peacemaking Program of the Navajo Nation
Peacemaking Today: Highlights of a roundtable discussion amount Tribal and State Practitioners
Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts
Restorative Justice: Integrating Peacemaking into Modern America by Adam Mendelowitz 2008
Kake Circle Peacemaking