Restorative Justice. The Dynamics of Knowledge Transfer across Countries
In this webinar we are opening up a conversation about the dynamics behind the transfer of restorative justice knowledge across countries and sectors, by uncovering the systemic and cultural factors that foster the dissemination and sustainability of restorative justice ideas in different services, organisations and at various system levels. The programme includes presentations from different parts of the world:
- Dr Anamaria Oprea (De Montfort University, UK) opens up the discussion by highlighting the key elements of knowledge transfer dynamics in the case of restorative justice.
- Mary Ivec (School of Regulation and Global Governance, Australia), Dr Fiona Tito Wheatland (Enduring Solutions, Australia) and Dr Janet Hope (University of Canberra, Australia) discuss next about the restorative reform that has been initiated a few years ago across the Canberra community.
- Dr Luke Roberts (Resolve Consultants, UK) exemplifies the process of restorative knowledge transfer in a number of schools in England by using evidence from his doctoral studies.
- Branka Peurača (Creative Social Work Association, Croatia) concludes with a discussion of how restorative justice came to be introduced in her home country, highlighting the key international pressures that shaped the dynamics of knowledge transfer.
Each presentation is followed by questions from the audience. In answering these questions, the presenters are joined by John Scott (IN-CJ, UK) as Chair, and round-table experts Gale Burford (University of Vermont, US), Edit Törz (European Forum for Restorative Justice, Belgium), and Vivian Geiran (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland).
The event is open to all.
Monday 12th April - 11:00 - 13:00
Please keep in mind that the advertised time is BST.
Free to attend
If you have questions, please contact the International Network for Criminal Justice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is being hosted by an RJC member organisation. It is not delivered by, or on behalf of, the RJC.