International Advisors

Professor Herman Conradie (Emeritus)

 Herman Conradie (D.Phil) was professor for 22 years at the Department of Criminology, University of South Africa.  He has specialised in crimes against woman and children and was promoter to 19 MA and 7 D.Litt et Phil students.  In later years he was responsible for the evaluation research for the Justice and Restoration Project (Phoenix JARP) in Durban South Africa for Khulisa Crime Prevention Initiative South Africa in 2008, as well as the subsequent conferences on this topic.
He is now in private practice, see


Dr Don John Omale

Dr. Omale was a British Chevening Scholar of Criminology, a Beneficiary of the Rotary Foundation International Group Study Exchange Programme to California, District 5230 USA (2002); and an Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) Delegate to the Model United Nations Congress in New York, USA in April 2003. Between 2003 and 2004 he worked as a volunteer with the Leicestershire Youth Offending Intervention Team. He has published and presented academic papers on restorative justice at international conferences in the UK, Africa, USA and Canada respectively. He is a member of the British society of criminology, London, and member of the International Institute of Restorative Practices, Pennsylvania, USA. He holds BSc Psychology (University of Nigeria, Nsukka); MSc Criminology (University of Leicester, UK) and PhD Restorative Justice & Victimology at the Centre for Community and Criminal Justice, De-Montfort University Leicester, England, UK. He has taught for over ten years at the Prison Staff College in Nigeria; and is presently, Head of Criminology and Penology, College of Peace and Social Sciences; at Salem University, Lokoja-Nigeria.