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Victim Support NI achieve Registered Service Provider status

James Simon
19 August 2023

We are pleased to announce that Victim Support NI has been awarded Registered Service Provider status. They become the first organisation in Northern Ireland to achieve this status. Peter Crory, Head of Service, said “We were very proud to receive our award and join a prestigious group of professionals working to the highest standards in the field of restorative justice.”

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Martina Jordan Restorative Practices awarded Registered Training Provider status

James Simon
3 August 2023

We are pleased to announce that Martina Jordan has been awarded Registered Training Provider status.

Martina Jordan provides training and consultancy in restorative practices focusing on resolving conflict and building better relationships within organisations.

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Education Authority Northern Ireland awarded Registered Training Provider status

James Simon
24 July 2023

We are pleased to announce that the Education Authority Northern Ireland (EA) have been awarded Registered Training Provider status.

EA is responsible for ensuring that efficient and effective primary and secondary education services are available to meet the needs of children and young people, and support for the provision of efficient and effective youth services.

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Carr Manor Community School awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status

James Simon
12 June 2023

The RJC is pleased to announce that Carr Manor Community School has been awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status.

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The RJC launches its consultation on the use of restorative justice in cases of domestic and sexual violence and abuse

James Simon
5 June 2023

We are currently formulating our policy position on the use of the whole range of restorative approaches with those affected by domestic and sexual abuse and violence.

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The 5th Annual Restorative Justice Council Conference - Call for Abstracts

James Simon
1 June 2023

RESTORATIVE REFLECTIONS: A blueprint for a restorative future 

Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st November 2023

Online: Microsoft Teams

This year, the RJC celebrates its 25th anniversary and, as such, it is a good time to acknowledge the sector’s achievements, face up to the present challenges and imagine future possibilities.

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Community Restorative Justice Ireland awarded Registered Training Provider status

James Simon
26 April 2023

The RJC is pleased to announce that Community Restorative Justice Ireland (CRJI) have been awarded Registered Training Provider status.

Jim Simon, the RJC’s chief executive said:

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Calm Mediation awarded Registered Service Provider status

James Simon
31 March 2023

The RJC is pleased to announce that Calm Mediation have been awarded Registered Service provider status for London based restorative service.

Calm Mediation have been providing restorative justice services since 2005 and were first awarded the RJC’s Restorative Service Quality Mark in 2016. As the commissioned restorative justice service for London, their case work primarily originates from the capital although they work across the country.

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Long delayed Government proposals won’t empower victims

James Simon
29 March 2023

The Restorative Justice Council notes today’s announcement by the Ministry of Justice that the Victims and Prisoners Bill has been introduced. This is a revised version of the long-awaited Victims Bill, published in draft form last May. Our immediate concern is not in the detail but the way the Government has at the last minute and without any consultation, shifted the focus away from victims by including additional proposals about the Parole Board.

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