Building a New Paradigm: Restorative Justice Training for Trainers

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This workshop provides trainers with new insights into theoretical developments in restorative justice and how these can be applied to enhance restorative practices within the criminal justice system.

  • From: Friday 25 May 2018, 10 am
  • To: Friday 25 May 2018, 4 pm
  • Registration: 9.30 am
  • Location: Holiday Inn, Coram Street, Bloomsury, London, WC1N 1HT
  • Cost: £25
  • Booking deadline: Friday 18 May 2018, 5.00 pm

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Event details

This workshop provides trainers with new insights into theoretical developments in restorative justice and how these can be applied to enhance restorative practices within the criminal justice system.

. Participants will explore how restorative justice practice informed by the concepts of agency and accountability can:

  1. Increase the active participation of victims and offenders in restorative processes;
  2. Increase the number of face to face encounters;
  3. Improve the quality of dialogue;
  4. Improve the quality of agreed action plans;
  5. Improve the level of completed action plans; and
  6. Achieve longer term outcomes such as victim satisfaction and recovery and offender reintegration and reductions in recidivism.

The workshop will be relevant to restorative justice trainers and practitioners engaged in a range of practice contexts, including policing, youth and adult offenders, prisons and conferencing.

Tim Chapman, who has extensive experience in training restorative justice practitioners will lead the sessions, along with  Professor David O’Mahony (University of Essex), Professor Jonathan Doak (Nottingham Trent University) and Dr Kerry Clamp (University of Nottingham), all of whom are active researchers in restorative justice.

Nottingham Law School and the University of Essex fund this Workshop and places are strictly limited. The delegate fee for the event is £25 and all refreshments, lunch and a copy of a bespoke ‘Training for Trainers’ manual will be provided.

Any questions

Email kerri.gilbert@ntu.ac.uk

Programme

TimeSession
10 am - 10.30 amCoffee and registration
10.30 am - 10.45 amIntroduction
10.45 am - 12 pmAgency and Accountability: An Overview
12 pm - 1 pmLunch
1 pm - 1.30 pmExploring Disempowerment
1.30 pm - 2 pmReflections on the Role of the Practitioner
2 pm - 3 pmExploring Empowerment
3 pm - 4 pmDiscussion and Reflections

Booking information

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Location details

Address:

Holiday Inn
Coram Street
Bloomsury
London
WC1N 1HT

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