This online course invites participants to discover the basics of restorative justice, its purpose, key principles, models, applicability, and supporting legal instruments. The learning is organised through active participation, discussions, group exercises and common reflections, and it features specific and practical examples such as scenarios of (anonymised) cases.
To enable you to find your way into restorative justice and to let restorative justice find its way into you.
- To understand and to articulate what restorative justice is.
- To understand the values of restorative justice and its research base.
- To understand how restorative processes and practices enable people to address injustice and harm and the suffering they cause.
- To understand the role of the practitioner.
Who should participate?
This course is for people who want to understand restorative justice more deeply. You may be thinking of becoming a restorative practitioner or you may be an experienced practitioner who wishes to think more deeply about your work and to refresh and intensify your practice.
The course is not designed to prepare you to practice immediately. For this you would need to participate in a further course on the processes and skills of engaging, preparing and facilitating people to participate in restorative processes.
The course takes place online (via Zoom) and it is delivered in English by Tim Chapman, the chair of the EFRJ's Board, and Anna Halonen, both EFRJ registered trainers.
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