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Navigating the complexities of supporting participants with a mental health diagnosis

James Simon
24 March 2021

The RJC are working with the Network of Restorative Practitioners in Mental Health to develop additional practitioner guidance to support those who are facilitating restorative processes with participants who have a mental health diagnosis.

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University of Gloucestershire launches PgCert Advanced Restorative Practitioner course

James Simon
19 February 2021

The University of Gloucestershire have this week been awarded Registered Training Provider status along with course approval for their newly launched a Post Graduate Advanced Restorative Practitioner course. Having achieved Registered Training Provider status, the university has commitment to delivering high quality restorative practice training to nationally agreed standards.

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Salus awarded Registered Training Provider Status

James Simon
9 February 2021

The RJC is pleased to announce that Salus have been awarded Registered Training Provider status along with course approval for their Foundation Level – 3 Day Skills Based Restorative Practitioner Training.

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Why Me? launch their ‘Articulate’ project to widen access to Restorative Justice for victims of crime with EAL needs

James Simon
12 January 2021

It is well known that victims of crime with English as an Additional Language (EAL) needs often feel sidelined by the criminal justice system. One consequence of these language barriers is that Restorative Justice services do not reach such victims. This an unfortunate state of affairs, as Restorative Justice is a valuable and meaningful way of helping someone impacted by crime - and is something that Why me?

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Restorative Solutions West Yorkshire PCC Service awarded Registered Service Provider status

James Simon
6 January 2021

The RJC is pleased to announce that Restorative Solutions West Yorkshire PCC Service has been awarded Registered Service Provider status.

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Aster Group awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status

James Simon
16 December 2020

The RJC is pleased to announce that Aster Group has been awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status. The Group is the first non-criminal justice organisation to achieve Registered status with the RJC.

Aster, a housing association that believes everyone should have a home, provides safety and security through its reliable landlord services and supplies a wide range of housing options in response to the housing crisis. The Groups strength is its people and ethical approach.

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Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service awarded Registered Service Provider status

James Simon
11 December 2020

The RJC is pleased to announce that Thames Valley Restorative Justice Service have been awarded Registered Service Provider status.

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Coventry Youth Offending Service awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status

James Simon
10 December 2020

The RJC are pleased to announce that Coventry Youth Offending Service have been awarded Registered Restorative Organisation status.

Long standing members of the RJC, Coventry Youth Offending Service, are the first youth offending service to transfer from our Restorative Service Quality Mark (RSQM) to the RJC’s newly launched Registered Restorative Organisation status. By achieving this status, Coventry Youth Offending Service have demonstrated a commitment to delivering high quality restorative practice to nationally agreed standards.

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Zero Tolerance and Tackling Racism Restoratively in UK Education

James Simon
16 October 2020

Of course, the premise we start from in any response to racism is zero tolerance: it is unacceptable, it is abhorrent.The trouble is, racism is everywhere, and cannot always be separated out, it must be detected ‘in and amongst’ other aspects of communication and relationship.

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Facilitating safe and effective restorative practice online

James Simon
16 October 2020

 As we continue to navigate our way through the Covid-19 pandemic, online working continues to play a major part of our day to day routines. We have all had to adapt to this new way of working and the restorative community were quick to respond to ensure a continuity of service.

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