This book showcases innovative justice initiatives from around the world which engage offenders, practitioners, governments and communities to reduce reoffending and enable desistance and positive change. It is ground-breaking in bringing together inspiring ideas and pioneering practices to analyse how ‘justice done differently’ is making a difference. It includes research primary data as well as drawing on secondary sources. The present work includes references to the greening of justice, courthouse dogs, needlework and fashion design in prison, community gardens, entrepreneurship training, counter-terrorism programmes, and the list goes on. The process of investigating and consolidating the examples in this book has been tremendously interesting and exciting.