Restorative Practices Knowledge Exchange Report

Jon Hobson, Brian Payne

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Abstract

The Restorative Practices Knowledge Exchange was held at Ulster University, Belfast Campus, from 2nd to 4th April, 2019. The event brought together restorative practitioners, associated organisations and academics from different countries to share knowledge and experiences on building restorative services and the challenges and opportunities faced in developing restorative practices in the future. The three day event considered a range of issues, including: the future of adult Restorative Services; restorative practice for young people; the role of communities in restorative practice; the breadth of situations were restorative practices can have a positive impact; and the Council of Europe Recommendation CM/Rec(2018)8 concerning restorative justice in criminal matters. The event comprised a series of group and panel discussions on these topics informed by a short, anonymous questionnaire designed to highlight the issues most pertinent to those working in this area.

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Keywords

  • Restorative justice
  • Policing with the Community
  • community
  • Prison
  • probation
  • Conflict resolution

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Restorative Practices Knowledge Exchange Report. / Hobson, Jon; Payne, Brian.

2019. 35 p.

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