Start date: 20th December, 2018 at 0.05 am CET.
Self-enrolment is currently open. This edition of the course will remain open on the e-learning platform.
The aim of the online training course of “Implementing Restorative Justice with Children” is to introduce the topic of restorative justice, the different models that can be implemented, how to start up a project and what the specificity is when involving children as victims or perpetrators in restorative justice practices.
It is hosted in English.
Contents: 4 modules
Module 1 Presentation of the main legal and conceptual frameworks.
Module 2 Description of different restorative models and uses concrete examples of Belgium, Finland and Northern-Ireland to offer hands-on information about mediation and conferencing in practice.
Module 3 A summary of the different steps that need to be taken in order to set up a project in your region/country.
Module 4 A focus on the distinctive features of including child victims and offenders in restorative justice.
- Online training course with direct feedback, and interactive forum.
- Knowledge evaluation with self-testing.
- Free of charge.
Aimed at developing skills to:
- Support professionals of the juvenile justice systems in gaining significant capacities regarding restorative justice practices with children.
- Regarding restorative justice, how and when to use it with children, how concrete practices work, how to implement these practices and how to monitor its effects.
- These practices of restorative justice process in every EU state.
START DATE & ENROLMENT
In order to enroll, please follow these steps:
Register as a new user on the ISJJ platform via this link.
Once you are a registered user, enrol on the 'Implementing Restorative Justice with Children' via this link.
For any additional information, please write to email@example.com
Funded by Rights, Equality and
Citizenship (REC) programme
of the European Union
This course was funded by the European Union’s Justice Programme (2014-2020). The contents of it are the sole responsibility of the course authors, and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission.