In recent years, much more attention has been given to the intersections between restorative justice and the arts. In some cases, artworks have been used to raise awareness about stories of restorative justice; in others, practitioners used artistic processes or other creative methodologies to encourage dialogue in restorative justice encounters.
Members of the EFRJ Editorial Committee will facilitate an online conversation on 8 December for sharing of examples and ideas about how various forms of art help to encapsulate restorative justice, both in practice and in theory.
Everyone is invited to register (for free): artists, restorative justice practitioners, students, young people, witnesses of restorative justice meetings, researchers, and everyone else interested in this topic and willing to engage in a discussion with others.
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