On 29-31 May 2024 in Tallinn, the European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ) will organise its 12th International Conference entitled “Just Times: Restorative Justice Responses in Dark Times”. 

As usual, participants can have an active role in the programme by proposing to take part in one of the parallel workshop sessions. The call for proposals is open until 17 December 2023.

On 16 November 2023 at 16h CET, the EFRJ Secretariat will meet you on Zoom for a one-hour info session to explain the main topics that will be addressed in the plenary sessions and what is expected from the parallel workshops in terms of contents and format. On this day, some confirmed plenary speakers will be announced!

If you cannot attend, but you have concrete questions to ask, you can submit them via the webform on the bottom of this webpage (scroll down).

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Call for proposals

Deadline: 17 December 2023

The call includes a detailed explanation of the topics and formats suggested for the parallel workshop sessions. To sum up:

  • Restorative justice & violence reduction 
  • Restorative justice  & peacemaking
  • Restorative justice, criminal justice, prisons & the law
  • Restorative justice & trauma
  • Restorative justice, communications & cultural change
  • Out-of-the-box
  • Dialogue session – 80 minutes 
  • Panel discussion - 80 minutes
  • Skills workshop – 80 minutes 
  • Presentation – 20 minutes 
  • Research & Practice Briefs - 10 minutes
  • Poster show
  • Out-of-the-box


Info session

Thursday 16 November at 16h CET

On 16 November 2023 at 16h CET, we organise a one-hour info session to support participants in drafting their proposal. This is the occasion to ask questions and, who knows, find other potential presenters interested in similar topics, to join forces and propose a workshop resulting from your collaborative work. Please register above

If you cannot attend, but you have concrete questions to ask, you can submit them via the webform below. Few days after the event, we will publish a brief summary in a Q&A format on the EFRJ conference webpage.