Royal Greenwich’s annual restorative practice conference will bring together leading academics and expert practitioners to share creative ways to utilise restorative processes.
Royal Greenwich’s annual restorative practice conference will bring together leading academics and expert practitioners to share creative ways to utilise restorative processes (rehabilitating individuals responsible for harm, crime or conflict through reconciliation with those affected and the wider community).
Attendees will explore the use of restorative practices in developing a sense of ‘shared humanity’ after traumatic incidents, through lectures and workshops that encourage reflection on the transformative power of restorative narratives – even in the most challenging situations.
This conference is designed for practitioners working in adult and children’s social care, criminal justice, education and prison and community safety, who have experience of restorative practice or are interested in finding out more about this area. The event will provide a rare opportunity for networking and to learn from experts, beneficiaries and each other.
During the event we will also be recognising the achievements of students who have completed the Royal Borough of Greenwich Level 5 certificate and attained accredited practitioner status.
For more information and to book visit: royalgreenwich.gov.uk/restorativeapproaches