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#RJWeek 20th to 26th November 2017

Restorative Justice Week will be held in Bristol, and throughout the world, from November 20 to 26, 2017. The theme for the week is in Bristol is Restorative Practices (RP) working with Young People. There will be a range of events for the week.  Discover the many uses of RP. Explore how RJ can deal with […]

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Save Time, Save Money, Save Stress: Make Mediation Work for You

  CMC in partnership with Restorative Bristol Save Time, Save Money, Save Stress: Make Mediation Work for  You   Wednesday  28th June 2017 City Hall, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TR  Registration from 2.45pm,    Conference - 3.15pm – 6.30pm followed by drinks reception to 7pm  Cost:   £40 + vat per person ...

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Young Peoples Homelessness Prevention Service

Young Peoples Homelessness Prevention Service - resolving problems between young people and families

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Restorative Messenger Newsletter

Avon and Somerset Police RJ Coordinators Newsletter Last month marked International RJ week (20/11-27/11) and we hope you kept an eye on our activities! Our main aim was to raise awareness of RJ with the general public. This is because nationally not enough people have heard of RJ and this acts as a large barrier […]

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Realising Restorative Justice – Human Rights and Personal Realities

Realising Restorative Justice – Human Rights and Personal Realities 9th International Conference of the European Forum for Restorative Justice 22-24 June 2016 Marian Liebmann This conference takes place every two years and is a wonderful chance to meet all sorts of people involved in restorative justice across Europe. There were ...

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Road Sharing A Restorative Approach

‘Road Sharing – A Restorative Approach’ was an innovative project funded by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner through Bristol City Council Crime Reduction Team, linked to Bristol’s status as European Green Capital for 2015. It was undertaken by Bristol Mediation.

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The R e s t Δ r e Pilot Project- The Greenhouse

The Restore Pilot Year One Evaluation (RB) The R e s t Δ r e Pilot, led by The Green House in collaboration with the North Bristol NHS Trust Be Safe Service and the Bristol City Council Youth Offending Team (YOT) is a multiagency restorative justice pilot project. The aim of the pilot is to […]

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Newly Released Ipsos MORI Polling on Restorative Justice

Newly released Ipsos MORI polling, commissioned by the Restorative Justice Council, confirms that 80% of the public believe that victims of crime should have the right to meet their offender. Among people who had been a victim of crime, this figure rose to 85%. Restorative justice gives victims the chance to meet or communicate with ...

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Does RJ Work? My Nephew’s Experience

Today, I met one of the three boys who assaulted me on the bus last year. It was in a safe space with a liaison from Westminster youth offending team. When I asked people for advice, nearly everyone said not to go. Not to meet him, because what would I get out of it? And […]

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Congratulations Bristol RJ service delivered by Neighbourhood Justice Team

The RJC is pleased to announce that Avon and Somerset Restorative Partnership – Bristol RJ service delivered by Neighbourhood Justice Team have achieved the Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM). The award demonstrates that services are delivering good quality, safe and sustainable restorative services that meet the ...

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