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The Art of Apology
Trinity College Lunch-Time Talks presented by the Oxfordshire Restorative Justice Network. Presentation by Clair Aldington, artist with Oxfordshire Youth Offending Team.
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Family Group Conferences – a radical approach to family decision making
Trinity College Lunch-Time Talks presented by the Oxfordshire Restorative Justice Network. Presentation by Linda Forrest, Project Manager, Oxfordshire Family Group Conferences.
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Circles of Support and Accountability
Trinity College Lunch-Time Talks presented by the Oxfordshire Restorative Justice Network. Presentation by Chris Wilson, Project Manager, Circles of Support and Accountability.
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But does Restorative Justice Work?
Trinity College Lunch-Time Talks presented by the Oxfordshire Restorative Justice Network. Presentation by Geoff Emerson, Senior Probation Officer, Thames Valley Statutory Adult Restoration Service.
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Escaping Victimhood
Trinity College Lunch-Time Talks presented by the Oxfordshire Restorative Justice Network. Presentation by Tim Newell, ex- Governor of HMP Grendon.
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Restorative Practices: A Unifying Framework for Schools
Restorative practices provides a comprehensive framework for a whole-school approach, involving the entire school community: staff, students and families. Sponsored by the International Institute of Restorative Practices.
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File Polish Restorative justice and practice in Poland and Britain: Report of a British and Polish Academies' exchange initiative
This is a three-year project funded by the British Academy and the Polish Academy of Sciences. Its purpose is to exchange information and experience about the use and effects of restorative justice and victim-offender mediation for both adult and juvenile offending. The project is set in the broader context of the various European developments that have taken place over the past decade. Articles 10 and 17 of The European Union’s Framework Decision on the Standing of Victims in Criminal Proceedings, which oblige Member States to adapt their legislation in order to promote victim-offender mediation by March 2006, is of particular relevance. The Polish criminal justice system’s responses to crime are, in the case of restorative justice interventions, less well developed than in Great Britain. From the Polish perspective, the principal objective of this research proposal is to gather information about the design and delivery of such interventions for the purpose of informing their own initiatives. This work was undertaken by Dr. David Miers and his team in conjunction with colleagues in Poland.
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Comment London riots and restorative justice
Thank you for posting this. There seems to be an opportunity now to apply this knowledge to the aftermath of the riots in London. I [...]
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Restorative approaches can make a difference in the relationship between local government bodies and the communities they serve
from the article by Carey Cake and Kirsten Cooper in British Politics and Policy and LSE: ....Since November 2007 over 9,000 people have been through the RJ process. Of those: 89% of participants were satisfied with the outcome 87% of participants feel RJ is effective in dealing with crime and ASB 93% of participants would recommend RJ 93% of participants are satisfied with their treatment 83% of participants are confident in the police and partners ability to deal with crime and ASB having been exposed to RJ
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East Lancs probation officer shortlisted for national award
from the article in the Lancashire Telegraph: A probation officer who helped the father of a peacemaker killed with a single punch meet his killer has been shortlisted for a national award. Geraldine Martin was a finalist in the national Probation Award’s Victim Services category for her work with the family of Padiham Ladies' football coach, Adam Rogers from Blackburn.
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