Launching event of the EFRJ's new Manual on Restorative Justice Values and Standards for Practice
Values and Standards are essential for high-quality restorative justice processes. We are pleased to launch the EFRJ's Manual on Restorative Justice Values and Standards for Practice with this event, as a part of the EFRJ's Restorative Justice Week 2021 (#RJWeek) contributions.
On the launching event members of the EFRJ's Values and Standards Committee will present case studies that put the six key principles discussed in the Manual is context and allow elaborated discussion around them.
The document is the outcome of an extensive work led by the EFRJ's Values and Standards Committee: Carmen Borg, Antonio Buonatesta, Tim Chapman, Claudia Christen-Schneider, Lars Otto Justad, Olga Kiseleva, Arti Mohan, Ana Pereira, Valeria Tramonte, Edit Törzs, Kris Vanspauwen, Diāna Ziediņa
Reviewed by members and experts: Ivo Aertsen (Belgium), Darren R Broomfield (Ireland), Clara Casado and the representatives of the Restorative Justice Programme for Adults in Catalonia (Spain), Honorata Czajkowska (Poland), Paul Delaney (Ireland), Bernd Glaeser (Neustart - Austria), Peter Keeley (Ireland), Ian Marder (Ireland), Kieran O’Dwyer (Ireland), Patrizia Patrizi (Italy), Frauke Petzold (Germany), Marta San-Bento (Portugal), Gert Jan Slump (The Netherlands), Annemieke Wolthuis (The Netherlands), Christoph Willms (TOA Serviceburo – Germany)
Edited by: Tim Chapman, Malini Laxminarayan and Kris Vanspauwen
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22 November 2021
10 - 11 am CET
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Meeting ID: 964 1511 5653
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The six key principles of restorative justice
- The principle of restoration and reparation
- The principle of voluntariness
- The principle of inclusion
- The principle of participation
- The principle of commitment
- The principle of confidentiality
(image: page from the Manual)