This twilight taster session, to be held in Cardiff, will share some theories and practical skills for ensuring holistic wellbeing using a restorative approach.
Mediation Awareness Week 2017 will take place from 14 to 20 October. Over 30 events will be occurring all over the UK, where the important message of the value of mediation as a way of resolving disputes and conflict will be discussed, explored and highlighted.
This unique, multi-disciplinary conference will explore the broad spectrum of alternative conflict resolution processes, looking at both the latest developments within each discipline and the potential for cross-fertilisation and collaboration between approaches.
This course will teach participants how to transform relationships by addressing difficult conversations, conflicts, bullying, challenging, anti-social and criminal behaviours in ways that ensure people feel heard and the harm repaired. Attendees will learn to develop responses that can reduce the use of, and the need for, punitive responses while still offering closure to all those affected.
Restorative justice is a process which enables communication between those harmed by an incident and the person responsible. It can be a powerful response to address harm caused. Our 3 hour seminar is an introduction to restorative practice, the principles and the benefits for participants.
To mark both Anti-Bullying Week (‘All Different, All Equal’ 13 to 17 November) and International Restorative Justice Week (16 to 23 November), SynRJ in partnership with ROC and in association with the Anti-Bullying Alliance, are pleased to be working together to offer this North West England regional two-day conference and continuing professional development (CPD) event.
Day one: one-day conference: hear from experts, professionals and practitioners in the fields of anti-bullying and restorative justice/processes.
Day two: one-day CPD event: 'Relational and restorative processes: an anti-bullying strategy' (a SynRJ RJC TPQM approved one-day training event).
Following on from our highly successful Open space event in March, the RJC is hosting a second event focusing specifically on complex and sensitive cases, led by Charlotte Calkin.