5th Annual Meeting of the Restorative Network in Forensic Mental Health

 Registration is closed for this event
This year we are exploring the impact of race and power in restorative work and, through our continued collaborative approach, champion access to restorative processes for victims of mental health offences. Thus, the focus of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Restorative Network in Forensic Mental Health is ‘Exploring social justice restoratively in Forensic Mental Health'. We look forward to welcoming you!!

This event is being hosted online via MS Teams

5th Annual Meeting of the Restorative Network in Forensic Mental Health

“Exploring social justice restoratively in Forensic Mental Health.”

Join us for our annual gathering where we come together to explore, deepen our understanding and introduce themes to cultivate meaningful restorative work in forensic mental health settings. This year we are exploring the impact of race and power in restorative work and, through our continued collaborative approach, champion access to restorative processes for victims of mental health offences. Thus, the focus of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Restorative Network in Forensic Mental Health is ‘Exploring social justice restoratively in Forensic Mental Health'.

We have an extremely exciting list of confirmed speakers that are sure to stimulate debate and discussion in our effort to provide insight into how we might build stronger and more just societies together.

Programme Overview

1pm Welcome and opening – Dr Gerard Drennan and Fin Swanepoel

  • Short history of our journey
  • Practice guidance update
  • Website update

1.15pmOpening Keynote – Larell Smith-Bacon – Restorative Baltimore (confirmed)

”Exploring race and culture in restorative practice” 

1.45pmParallel session 1

  • Larell Smith-Bacon – Race and Culture (confirmed)
  • Dr Estelle Moore and Dr Lawrence Jones - Trauma informed Restorative Practice (confirmed)

2.25pmScreen break

2.35pmKeynote  – Victims Commissioner for London – Clare Waxman (confirmed)

”Exploring Implications of updated Victims Code for Mental Health cases”

3.15pm Dr Gerard Drennan - South London and Maudsley NHS Trust (confirmed)

"Restorative Justice Practice in Mental Health Settings: Minding the Gap"

3.50pmScreen break

4.00pm Panel Discussion hosted by Fin with - Larell, Core team, Victims Commissioner (TBC)

Unfolding learning from the day 

4.55pm – Closing

  • Date for next gathering
  • Reminder about website best practise

Event Fees

Event Delegate | £25 inclusive of VAT

Please note, you will need to pay your registration fee upon booking. 

RJC Registered Practitioners are entitled to claim 4hrs approved CPD for attending this event


 

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When
6 Jul 2021 1:00pm through  5:00 PM
Location
ONLINE EVENT - MS Teams
Event Fee(s)
Conference Delegate £ 25.00