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Brisbane forum of youth justice opened by Di Farmer

The 2018 Queensland Youth Justice Forum was a joint collaboration between the Queensland Chapter of Restorative Practices International, Griffith University’s School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the Griffith Criminology Institute, to help promote a collaborative approach amongst agencies working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people who are at risk of, or are entering the youth justice system. Chaired by Serge Loode, representing Restorative...

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Second Restorative Practices International Conference

Vancouver at sunset ‘Widening Our Lens – Connecting Our Practice’ 31 May – 3 June 2009 Coast Plaza Hotel, Downtown Vancouver Canada, BC. Despite a major pandemic of Swine Flu and the Global Economic Crisis, the 2nd International Conference in partnership with the Centre for Restorative Justice, Simon Fraser University went ahead and was an outstanding success for those involved. Many of the Keynote and Workshop...

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International conference held in Minnesota August 2018

RPI recently held the 2018 International Conference on Restorative Practices in St Paul, Minnesota, USA, August 9th – 11th, 2018. This conference was co-sponsored by RPI, Community Mediation & Restorative Services Inc, and Metropolitan State University. Check back soon for upcoming events.

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Fourth Restorative Practices International Conference

RPI partners with the Victorian Association for Restorative Justice (VARJ) and the Neighbourhood Justice Center (NJC)   “Broadening Restorative Perspectives; An International Conference” 17-20 June 2013  In Melbourne Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground Fairer rules, processes and outcomes are changing the way people experience justice. But how well are these programs known and understood? How can stories be shared across sectors and across disciplines and what will turn...

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Sixth Restorative Practices International Conference

In Wellington, New Zealand, 1 – 2 November, 2017 Relate – Resolve – Restore –This unique, multi-disciplinary conference explored the broad spectrum of alternative conflict resolution processes, including both the latest developments within each discipline and the potential for cross-fertilisation and collaboration between approaches. Plenary sessions dealt with issues of common concern while workshops enabled practitioners and policymakers within the various fields of mediation, arbitration, conciliation...

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2017 RPI Conference: Recovered-Revived-Rerun! Registrations Open

Registration is now open at: www.confer.co.nz/crc Flyer Available Here: flyer-crc-2017-print

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The Neuroscience of restorative justice

Daniel Reisel studies the brains of criminal psychopaths (and mice). And he asks a big question: Instead of warehousing these criminals, shouldn't we be using what we know about the brain to help them rehabilitate? Put another way: If the brain can grow new neural pathways after an injury ... could we help the brain re-grow morality?

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Inaugural Restorative Practices International Conference

‘Best Practice in Restorative Justice – Transformational Change’ 16 – 19 October 2007 Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia This conference was considered an outstanding success by conference participants and provided a wonderful opportunity for those involved to share best practice in the field across schools, prisons, policing, communities, workplaces and within justice. Many of the Keynote and Workshop presentations are available in our presentations archive Interested in conference...

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