Restorative Justice

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Article on How Restorative Justice can save people and society by Andy Winters in New Europe 2014 read it here.

How to use Restorative Justice techniques in your Practice

Specialist training for practitioners trained in RJ but needing refreshers or confidence to use it in practice.  Training combines engagement techniques, how to reach the seemingly unreachable with many free resources.

Training: Half day £400 or full day £600 for up to 12 delegates per session plus expenses.

Resources

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Writing Wrongs written by Andy Winters in 2011 is a framework for using Restorative Approaches and Practices with young people; two separate programmes have been designed for use in Schools and Youth Justice Organisations. The programmes can be used in a number of ways, as part of an organisation’s wider approach to Restorative Practice, or as a starting point for introducing Restorative Approaches to individuals or groups.
Writing Wrongs is a practical tool, with detailed session plans and resource sheets to support effective delivery of the programme. The CD-ROM provides the facility to deliver the programme electronically.

Please contact us for details  http://www.writing-wrongs.org/contact.php and visit: http://writing-wrongs.org

Programme costs can be found here

Embedding Restorative Practice and Approaches through the Arts

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We design and deliver bespoke issue based arts workshops integrating Restorative Practices and Approaches to young people 5-24 everywhere and anywhere organisations we work with include:

  • Youth Offending Teams
  • Schools
  • PRU’s
  • Community Groups
  • Training Providers

Feedback from young people and staff has been very positive, transition to positive outcomes has been high and retention on programme increased to 90%.  Please contact us for details

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Creativity with Adults

We also deliver creative workshops within the Probation Service and Prisons, if relevant, we can accredit.  Please contact us.