Communicating Restorative Justice and Practice

How can we be better at explaining restorative justice and practice to people and sharing the impact it can make?

This one day online conference will explore a variety of ways to communicate benefits and experiences of restorative practice and restorative justice in different contexts. It will be of interest to anyone who is involved in talking about restorative practice with others, whether you are a restorative practitioner, involved in running a restorative practice organisation, working within education or criminal justice, or a communications professional.

Our topics and speakers will include:

  • Reframing restorative justice - Lucy Jaffe (Why Me?)
  • Overcoming barriers and gatekeepers to restorative justice - Dr Joanna Shapland (University of Sheffield)
  • Communicating restorative justice to victims of crime - Dr Rebecca Banwell-Moore (University of Nottingham)
  • Communicating restorative practice in the context of neurodiversity - Tom Procter-Legg/Charlotte Roberts (Iffley Academy)
  • Communicating restorative justice through film and the arts - Deborah Mitchell (RJ Working)
  • Introducing children to restorative practice through stories - Dr Lindsey Pointer (Vermont Law School)

We will also end the day with a panel discussion and ensure there is plenty of time for questions and discussion during the sessions.

EVENT DATES

14 June 2022

EVENT FEES

£35 (full price) or £30 (early bird price, if booked more than a month before the event)

BOOKING INFORMATION

CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR PLACE

CONTACT INFORMATION

Contact Name | Joy Bettles

Email | joy@minthouseoxford.co.uk

 

This event is being hosted by an RJC member organisation. It is not delivered by, or on behalf of, the RJC.

 
When
14 Jun 2022 9:30am through  4:00 PM
Location
Online Event
London, SE1 9NH