AnnualRestorativePractitionersNetworkDay


Workshop papers from 2006 Network Day:

 

2008 Update to these papers - Please read the Front Page of this website in relation to the following research indicating increased re-offending by those offenders who undertake victim awareness sessions. Landenberger_Lipsey.pdf

 

1) A meaningful Victim Satisfaction Framework 

(Victim Satisfaction Framwork produced with thanks to Derbyshire Victim Support, Leeds YOS, Oxfordshire YOT, South Devon YOT, & West Midlands Probation Service. Workshop to be led by Paul Crosland, Peter Wallis and Saar Yaniv from the Mediation & Reparation Committee)

[For updated information see VictimSatisfactionFramework]

 

2)Mediation and Restorative projects in Prisons

Lindy Wootton (previously HMP Bristol) & Marian Liebmann, Longford Award -Merit award 2005

 

RJ in Prisons Pract Day HO 12.10.06.doc

Victim Guidelines for Prisons 9.doc

Offender guidelines for Prisons.doc

 

3) International Inspiration

(Marian Liebmann, International RJ Trainer)

 

International Inspiration HO 26.10.05.doc

 

Other workshops that were held on 12th October:

 

The role and potential of the Victim Liaison Officer in a YOT

This workshop explored through presentation & conversation the role of the VLO in a YOS setting.

It examined some of the obstacles to creative practice and identify opportunities for mediation and creative work with victims within a statutory setting.

 

Dennis Farrer, Leeds YOS & Paul Powell YOS + Face to Face, York

 

Looked After Children- repairing the harm

(Saar Yaniv, South Devon YOT)

 

Creative Restorative Reparation

Peter Wallis (Oxfordshire Youth Offending Team & instigator of the "Doing Sorry" conferences) -More about the CreativeRestorativeReparationWorkshop

 

Youth S_xual Offences - Restorative Practice

Vince Mercer, AIM Project, Manchester.

 

How to work with Yot inspectors

(Barbara Tudor, West Midlands Probation Service and chair of Association of Restorative Practitioners)

 

Restorative Work across ASB and other Community settings

 

The possibilities and pitfalls of UK-wide telephone mediation supported by web-based Nonviolent Communication (NVC) resources

Paul Crosland (creator of www.ApologyPlus.org.uk & Head of Restorative Justice, Mediation UK 2001-2006)

Please visit www.ApologyPlus.org.uk with a case they have taken to successful outcome in mind, and imagine yourself to be one of the parties working on the case on-line on this site.

 

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