A dialogue on the roles of state and non-state actors in delivering and regulating restorative justice practices in contemporary Britain.
The Community of Restorative Researchers is an international, interdisciplinary and interprofession research network. This free, half-day conference is its inaugural event.
The purpose of the conference is to promote an open and critical dialogue between restorative justice researchers, policymakers, practitioners and other stakeholders in the UK. Such a dialogue is essential if we wish to achieve the twin goals of maximising the potential benefits from, and minimising the risks presented by, the implementation of restorative approaches to crime, harm and conflict.
The event is being hosted and funded by the University of Leeds’ School of Law and Centre for Criminal Justice Studies.
For more information please visit the University of Leeds website.