Committees are groups of members appointed for a longstanding activity of the EFRJ, such as the Editorial Committee, the Training Committee, the Values and Standards Committee and the Research Committee.
Working Groups are members who gather together for a specific task in a limited timeframe and on specific themes relevant for the field, as identified by some of our members (e.g. Restorative Cities, Violent Extremism Restorative Schools, Environmental Restorative Justice, and Gender-Based Violence).
Depending on the Committee/ Working Group, the number of members varies (5-12 members) and they are appointed for a 2 years term (renewable). Individual members can be involved in maximum 2 Committees/ Working Groups; organisational members can delegate different persons without limits. The Chair of a Committee/Working Group is chosen among and by its members.
We currently open applications to participate in the following two groups:
- Editorial Committee: this is the oldest Committee of the EFRJ, responsible for publishing the regular Newsletter. It calls for 2 new members to join the team! Read more about the Editorial Committee here.
- Working Group on Institutions: based on the request by several of our members, this group will be launched in 2021. We search for 6-10 members interested to join this team. More information on this new working group here.
To apply you will need:
- To be a member of the EFRJ, either as an individual or as an organisation. Not yet a member? You can apply for membership now: the official approval of your membership will occur at the next Annual General Meeting (16 June 2021) but you can already now benefit of all advantages of being a EFRJ member, including applying for this call.
- To fill the webform below including your motivation and short biography before 1 May 2021.
Members will be selected based on their experience, profession, motivation to participate, and country representation.