Restorative Practice: Time to Connect. Royal Borough of Greenwich Conference 2017
In our increasingly disconnected world, this one day conference will focus on the ways restorative practice allows individuals to overcome conflict and harm and reconnect with each other. It will also be an opportunity to connect with practitioners from your and other practice areas, helping to forge new partnerships that improve outcomes for families and citizens alike. Featuring leading academics in the field and published authors running the workshops, the conference will enable participants to refocus and re-connect with restorative practice and its benefits.
Tim Chapman, Ulster University: Reflecting on his research into the use of restorative practice in Europe, Tim will discuss a holistic model for delivering restorative practice in different contexts.
Dr. Nadia Wager, University of Huddersfield: will draw on her research to outline how restorative practice can be used positively in serious and complex cases.
1. Positive Peace in schools - led by Terence Bevington
2. Empathy: closing the gap created by crime - led by Pete Wallis Both workshop facilitators will draw on their recent books on the above topics
Who should attend?
Restorative practitioners from education, community safety, social care and criminal justice teams. We encourage staff from children and adult contexts to attend. Staff who are trained in Restorative Approaches (RA) as well as those who are interested in finding out more about how RA can be used.
For the conference flyer, click here.
£85 - standard price
£65 - for former participants of Greenwich RA training courses
King William Walk
London, SE10 9JW
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