In these extraordinary times, when we are all asked to isolate ourselves, and when many of our members and partners have to face unprecedented situations, we want to express our solidarity and strengthen the community we belong to. That is why we are launching the #SolidarityOverDistance campaign today.
We are excited to share interviews with two extraordinary women on this International Women's Day: Dr Marie Keenan and Ailbhe Griffith. They both advocate for making restorative justice available and accessible for survivors of sexual harm.
In the recent days we have received several questions regarding the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in Italy on our upcoming conference in Sassari. After evaluating the situation, our plans regarding the conference haven’t changed.
The members of the recently established European Forum for Restorative Justice (EFRJ) Research Committee (RECOM), is mapping research gaps and needs on restorative justice and calls for your contribution.
"It is time to be less inward looking and more engaged in supporting people to establish and maintain just relations with each other" - claims Tim Chapman, the Chair of our Board in our discussion about the prospects of 20th anniversary year of the European Forum for Restorative Justice. With his words we launch a new space on our website: The Restorative Blog.
The Criminal Justice Platform Europe (CJPE) organises its 4th International Criminal Justice Summer Course in Barcelona (7-10 July 2020). The theme chosen for this edition of the Summer Course is “Responses to sexual violence”. Registrations are now open!
At the next Annual General Meeting of the EFRJ membership (Sassari, 24 June) two new Board members will be elected. If you are interested in this position, or you wish to propose a god colleague, contact the Selection Committee before 10 March!