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Internship vacancy: The Internet Journal of Restorative Justice Sticky


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RJ4All is pleased to announce a vacancy for a part-time intern to act as the Secretariat for the Internet Journal of Restorative Justice. The successful applicant will work directly with the Journal's Editor-in-Chief and RJ4All co-Director, Dr. Theo Gavrielides. The post is flexible as the work can be carried out remotely. However, London-based candidates are encouraged to apply as they can benefit from face-to-face supervisions and support offered at 14 Dock Offices, Surrey Quays Road, London SE16 2XU, UK. Furthermore, the postholder will be offered a number of training opportunities as well as the chance to attend relevant conferences and strategic meetings in the UK and abroad. It is also expected that the post holder will have access to a number of funding opportunities and the development of their own research ideas and projects. The internship is for a minimum of 3 months starting as soon as possible. This is an unpaid post. However, the charity will support out of pocket expenses such as travel to the office and lunch.

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Free Access to Special Issues: Victims & Offenders


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Race, Power & Restorative Justice: The dialogue we Never Had

Gavrielides, T. (Forthcoming in 2018). Race, Power & Restorative Justice: The dialogue we Never Had. Abingdon: Routledge. 

ISBN 978-1-4724-8835-0.

Over the last thirty years, restorative justice spread fast across the world occupying scholarly and policy debates principally within the criminal justice arena. The restorative justice literature is rich and yet there are certain areas of theory and practice that remain unexplored.


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