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New book release: "Restorative Justice"


Ashgate Publishing released a new volume on Restorative Justice, as part of The Library of Essays on Justice - Second Series. The book is edited by Theo Gavrielides, founder and Co-Director of Restorative Justice for All.

"This volume brings together the leading work on restorative justice to achieve two objectives: to construct a comprehensive and up-to-date conceptual framework for restorative justice suitable even for newcomers; and to challenge the barriers of restorative justice in the hope of taking its theory and practice a step further. "

Restorative Justice Extending Empathy Workshop 3: The Theatre Session


The third and final Restorative Justice Extending Empathy Workshop, entitled "The The Theatre Session", will take place on July 8th, 2015 in London. These workshops will provide the opportunity to bring together academic researchers from the RJ, Theatre and Design professions who are concerned in their existing practice with building empathy. How empathy is built by each profession and the methods they use are likely to be the subject of a lively discipline exchange. The overarching themes will be linked to knowledge exchange and introducing new perspectives on how EMPATHY might work better in the criminal justice system and how subject disciplines can learn from each other.
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"RJ: The Next Generation" at Eastern Mennonite University


RJ4All founder and Co-Director Dr. Theo Gavrielides has been invited for a close 5-day meeting at the Eastern Mennonite University . The meeting is hosted by The Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice and the Summer Peacebuilding Institute and takes place on 18 to 22 May. The meeting has the form of a Restorative Justice Consultation and aims to bring together academics, practitioners and trainers from around the world to draw attention and to open dialogue for burning questions in the field of restorative justice.

Restorative Justice in Uruguay


Prof. Theo Gavrielides has been appointed as an expert to advise the the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Home Affairs, the National Police and Judicial Authority of Uruguay on the development and delivery of a restorative justice strategy for the criminal justice system. During his visits, Dr. Gavrielides will be meeting officials and stakeholders, while he will also deliver a seminar to relevant ministries. Prof. Gavrielides is expected to demonstrate the impacts of the Restorative Justice Protocol and provide consultation on the production of a Guide on the Implementation of Restorative Justice Protocol. The activity “Consultation for the production of a Guide on the Implementation of Restorative Justice Protocol” is part of the EUROsociAL II program.

Restorative Justice Conferencing Facilitator Certification Workshop

An evidence-based option for dealing directly with workplace conflict being held during June 8-10 in London. ProActive ReSolutions has pioneered an approach to workplace relations that is changing the way we think about and approach conflict resolution. The effectiveness of ProActive’s Restorative Justice Conferencing has been validated by numerous international studies, including the UK’s largest Randomly Controlled Trial. As a result this approach has been adopted in workplaces, criminal justice systems and communities around the world. RJ4All, as an organization committed to sharing knowledge and best practices on restorative justice between academics and practitioners, is pleased to be co-hosting this workshop with ProActive ReSolutions.


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