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EFRJ Newsflash
May 2017 (II)

 
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EFRJ conference on RJ in intercultural conflicts
 
NEW DEADLINE: 19 MAY!!!
You can still register to the
conference on RJ in Intercultural Conflicts (Berlin 2 June)! Check the latest programme and share it within your network! The event is free of charge for EFRJ members (become a member now!); only 55 euros for non-members. On the evening of 1 June, members of the EFRJ will meet for their Annual General Meeting, followed by a reception.
 
 
CJPE criminal justice summer courses

 

REGISTER NOW!!!
The EFRJ is organising the first edition of the International Criminal Justice
SUMMER COURSES 2017 (Barcelona, 4-7 July) Together with its partners in the Criminal Justice Platform Europe. The themes of the courses will be radicalisation, desistance and engaging offenders to change.

Conference on RJ theory and practice

The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (University of Leeds) is organising the international conference ‘New Advances in Restorative Justice Theory and Practice’ (Leeds, UK 18-19 September). Among other speakers, some key-members of the EFRJ, including the chair of the EFRJ Board Tim Chapman. Register now!

      
IIRP conference
The IIRP's 23rd World Conference (Bethlehem- US, 23-25 October 2017) entitled 'Learning in the 21st Century: A Restorative Vision' will focus on youth, education, technology and much more. Learn more about the speakers. The EFRJ attended the previous conference from IIRP Europe in Dublin.  
 
Conference on child maltreatment

On 7-8 July, Rijeka (in Croatia) will host the international conference 'Child maltreatment and well-being: Contemporary issues, research and practice'. We are happy to announce that two members of the editorial committee of the EFRJ Newsletter will represent our RJ community in two workshop presentations, i.e. Branka Peuraca and Nicola Preston.

 
           
Victimology summer course
The International Victimology Institute (INTERVICT) and Victim Support Netherlands organize a 3-day Victimology Summer School (Utrecht 29 June- 1 July). The training is open to everyone who is involved in the daily work with victimization (and speaks Dutch!), but limited places are available!       
 
 
Book on prison and reintegration experiences
       
 
  The new book 'My Life Began At Forty' by Michael Irwin is now published! Mr Irwin joined us in Belfast for the EFRJ conference 2014, as part of Shadd Maruna's research team. He regularly writes in his blog on offender rehabilitation programmes and experiences in prison settings. 
 
RJ WEEK 2017
The international RJ WEEK will take place all over the world on 19-26 November 2017! Save the date and get inspired by our previous campaigns and initiatives! Among other initiatives, the EFRJ will launch the film 'A Conversation', based on a real meeting between the family of a prisoner and the family of a victim after a case of murder and rape.          
 
 
Moment of inspiration
    
       
 

Watch the trailer of the Forum-theater 'Radicalisation' developed by women from the neighbourhood of Molenbeek in Brussels. The interactive play is very powerful and invites the audience to participate in the discussion. The theatre group is looking for opportunities to show the play. More info here (in French and Dutch).

 
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