The Manual for Trainers is one of the key outputs of the recently completed project that endeavoured to develop restorative justice training for judges and public prosectors.
This document is an excellent guidebook for trainers who will lead and facilitate training on restorative justice to members of the judiciary.
Together with the Manual, the RE-JUSTICE consortium has developed a training package with handouts, video materials and additional resources, meant to support training on restorative justice to judges and public prosecutors. The handouts and annexes include contents on the theoretical framework and origins of restorative justice, practical applications and programmes, but also guidelines for trainers on how to conduct a restorative training, selection of case studies and instructions on how to conduct a role play for training purposes. All these annexes are accessible now with the Manual.
If you are also interested in any of the video-materials produced by the project, to further support the training on restorative justice for judges and public prosecutors, please get in touch with the European Forum for Restorative Justice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of this is a result of a joint effort of several partners and multidisciplinary professionals within the context of the project RE-JUSTICE – a 30-month project, co-funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme. For more information visit the project's page.