DÚN LAOGHAIRE / RATHDOWN COMENIUS REGIO ‘RESTORATIVE APPROACHES’ PROGRAMME2010-2011-A FORMATIVE EVALUATION

Derick Wilson

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    Abstract

    THE EMERGENCE OF THE DÚN LAOGHAIRE / RATHDOWN RESTORATIVE PRACTICES PROGRAMMEOUTPUTS:In the context of there being no strong teaching and research drive from RoI Universities, the different consulting individuals and diverse community partners did well in establishing an area of innovative and important practice in restorative practices in a society where not many central messages about the practice were being promoted by Government and other public bodies.OUTCOMES:There was a strand of practice developing from this period focused on a more systemic approach.ISSUES:In the absence of public universities accrediting educational courses the theme of the practice being publicly accredited in some manner emerged.RESTORATIVE PRACTICE CHALLENGESThe need to move the work away from addressing issues as being primarily ‘individual problems’ to seeking more ‘public remedies’ and system responses developed.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherDún Laoghaire/Rathdown Comenius Regio ‘Restorative Approaches’ Programme
    Number of pages81
    Publication statusPublished - Jan 2012

    Keywords

    • Restorative Justice
    • Restorative Practices
    • Restorative Schools
    • Restorative Approaches
    • Whole School Approaches

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    Wilson, D. (2012). DÚN LAOGHAIRE / RATHDOWN COMENIUS REGIO ‘RESTORATIVE APPROACHES’ PROGRAMME2010-2011-A FORMATIVE EVALUATION. Dún Laoghaire/Rathdown Comenius Regio ‘Restorative Approaches’ Programme.