Wome of Peace Project launched in Beaumont Leys funded by People’s Health Trust. These women meet every Tuesday from 10am-1pm at Home Farm Centre to support other women in need and those in conflicts. They work closely with the local police and Councillors to deal with neigbourhood conflicts and Anti-Social Behaviours.
This is a 3 day training course that equips participants with the skills and techniques on how to successfully run a Restorative Justice conference/ meeting. This training is tailored to meet the needs of police officers, prison and probation officers, teachers and community members, students and housing officers. On completion participants receive a Restorative Justice Practitioner’s Certificate.
Restorative Justice Initiative Midlands and Leicester LGBT Centre will run a workshop on “tackling Hate Crime using Restorative Justice Approaches” to celebrate IDAHOT (International Day against Homo-, Bi- and Transphobia) A crime is not just about breaking the law. More importantly, it is about damaging the relationships between members of the community. It creates an emotional wound that requires emotional …
Restorative Justice Initiative Midlands produces another group of volunteer practitioners More than a dozen Leicester residents were recently presented with their certificates in restorative justice practice amidst a gathering of specially invited guests, past volunteers, friends and supporters. The volunteers, having successfully completed a training course will now join the network of 45 strong volunteers which Restorative Justice Initiative Midlands …
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