The course of the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ)
What is it about?
This online course offers a thorough insight into application of restorative justice in cases of serious harm. It allows participants to explore the special principles and safeguards of applying restorative justice in cases that are considered serious. The learning is organised through active participation, discussions, group exercises and common reflections, and it features specific and practical examples such as for example scenarios of (anonymised) cases.
The course is an essential introduction for those who want to study this area of restorative justice applications. It is recommended for participants who already completed a basic introduction to restorative justice training, or are have a good overview on the basics of restorative justice practice. It is especially recommended for policy makers, managers, and full-time workers (social workers, psychologists, police, prosecutors, judges, prison and probation officers) and volunteers who wish to implement restorative justice in this area.
The course takes place online (via Zoom) and it is delivered in English by Gael Cochrane and Martina Jordan, EFRJ registered trainers.
Participants of the course will receive course materials and get access to the a number of additional pre-recorded video presentations that invite them to learn about specialised topics related to restorative justice. These resources will remain available for them even after the end of the course and they can watch them according to their own interests and in their own pace.
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