Events

30 - 31 July 2014, Unite - Introduction to mediation

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Become an RJC
supporter

 

Anyone can join the RJC as a supporter.

 

Supporters help make our vision for universal access to restorative justice a reality.

 

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Are you a Restorative Justice Practitioner?

The RJC Practitioner Register is a public listing of restorative practitioners who are committed to high-quality restorative justice.

 

Joining the Register provides professional development and a pathway to accreditation as well as tailored RJC member benefits.

 

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RJC Trainer

Organisations who provide training to enable people to become practitioners.

 

Trainers must agree to adhere to the RJC Trainers Code of Practice.

 

Trainers are listed on the RJC Trainers Register. Trainers who also provide restorative services to the public are also listed on the Restorative Services Map.

 

 

 

 

 

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About the Restorative Justice Council

The Restorative Justice Council provides quality assurance and the national voice for the field of restorative practice

The RJC is the independent third sector membership body for the field of restorative practice. Our patron is HRH, the Princess Royal.

Our members are practitioners, training providers, organisations providing restorative practice across the country, and individual supporters. All RJC members receive monthly e-bulletins and quarterly newsletters, dedicated member-only resources and forums online, discounted entry to RJC events, and can call us for information about restorative justice.

We provide quality assurance for the public through our work on best practice, standards and accreditation, our Restorative Service Quality Mark, our online national Trainers Register and Practitioner Register, and our Practitioner and Trainer Codes of practice. 

We are the national voice for restorative practice, advocating for the development of restorative practice with the government and providing information to the public through our website and media work. Working with all our members and partner organisations, we bring the field together, and through our publications and events, share innovative practice and support the development of quality restorative practice.

We provide advice and consultancy enabling new services to grow.

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