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 harm in different situations: families, neighbourhoods, schools, workplaces, etc. Think about how RJ values and principles can be applied to every day challenges.
Calendar of Events for Restorative Justice Week 20th to 26th November 2017
|Day and Time||Event Planned||Who’s Delivering||Activity|
|Monday 20th 2.30 to 5.00pm||Road sharing A Restorative Approach follow up session with attendees of the nine workshops held in 2016||Marian Liebmann, Jules Cox Mark Parry||Thank you workshop to participants of the project groups in 2016|
|Tuesday 21st 7.00pm to 8.00pm||Resilience documentary film at The Orpheus Cinema Booking link: https://www.ourscreen.com/screening/44688||Vicky Chanin of A Breathing Space is hosting the film “Resilience”||Resilience is a one-hour documentary that examines the emerging science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and how to prevent toxic stress. It is being screened at Orpheus Cinema in Henleaze on 21 November at 8pm.|
|During the week||Restorative Approaches school assemblies https://youtu.be/_BUgyDVNbTI||Police Restorative Approaches in Avon and Somerset.||Movie clips of restorative conference between Young People due to a school dispute.|
|Weds 22nd 2.30pm to 5.00pm||Caroline Newton-Alfred and Duncan Gillard will deliver a schools conflict resolution workshop for school heads, PHSE leads etc.||Caroline Newton-Alfred Transforming Conflict Ltd.||The restorative school classroom and Restorative Approaches in Schools work (RAiS)|
|Weds 22nd 6:30pm to 8:30pm||Social Science in The City Event @The Kitchen (The Station) Silver Street, Bristol. Showcasing Restorative Approaches working with Young People.https://uwe.formstack.com/forms/restorative_justice_and_youth_accommodation_what_is_bristol_doing_This event is for general public attendance. Please book using the link above||Nikki McKenzie 16 to 25 Independent Young people conflict resolution service evaluation.Jules Cox and 16 to 25 Independent people MAPS service representative.
Caroline Newton-Alfred Transforming Conflict Ltd
|Youth Homelessness project findings to date Training of Youth organisations in use of Restorative Practices.|
|Weds 22nd 2.00pm||On 22nd November as part of #RJWeek Bristol Mediation will screen the film ‘A Conversation’ (played by No Theatre) in The Library of Redland Quaker Meeting House, Hampton Road, Redland, Bristol. The film refers to a theatre play based on a real meeting between two families after a case of rape and murder. The screening will be followed by a discussion with two experts in the field, Paul Holder (Restorative Approaches Coordinator/trainer and facilitator from Bristol Mediation and Dr Marian Liebmann, Academic, Trainer, Facilitator.The film is free of charge for those that register with Eventbrite however we do ask for small donations at the event towards refreshments/expenses! Register now to be part of our list of invited guests.https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/a-conversation-film-as-part-of-international-restorative-justice-week-tickets-39948531132?utm_term=eventname_text This event is for general public attendance. Please book using the link above.||Bristol Mediation||A film of the play called “A Conversation”|
|Friday 24th 9.30am to 4.30 pm||Engaging with Conflict workshop for residents and frontline workers. Booking Link https://communityresolve.com/coursesworkshops/the-creative-management-of-difference-and-divide/||Hen Wilkinson and Sui-Ming Hart Community Resolve||Join us for a highly interactive and enjoyable workshop which uses a combination of exercises, reflection and small group discussion to explore under-the-surface themes in the conflicts we all experience in daily life – at work, home, in our communities.We’ll look at the role of emotions, identities and power in clashes, and ask whether we should perhaps understand conflict as normal, inevitable and potentially creative.|