“INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS ON
27th Sep - 20th Oct - 10th Nov - 10th Dec 2021
HRS 11:00-13:00 cet
Zoom Video Conference
In the framework of the PON “Liberi di scegliere” project, the series of meetings/seminars to analyze the European practices on restorative justice in Northern Ireland, France, Sweden and Spain starts with the involvement of the four speakers who were protagonists of the first edition.
In view of the growing interest in the initiative and the request for further information, the Department for Juvenile and Community Justice and the Psychoanalytic Institute for Social Research, the implementing party, are organizing a second series of meetings to offer another opportunity for discussion on restorative justice issues, through a technical and operational exchange on European experiences.
The meetings are addressed to the operators involved in the “Liberi di scegliere” project, an initiative aimed at promoting social inclusion and the dissemination of legality and, more generally, to all Justice, territorial and private social services.
- 1st meeting: Monday 27th September 2021, from 11:00 a.m. to 13:00 CET.,
Martina Jordan, restorative justice expert consultant.
- 2nd meeting: Wednesday 20th October 2021, from 11.00 am to 13.00 CET.,
Michèle Guillaume-Hofnung, Professor Emeritus of the Faculty of Law in Paris, Director of the Institute of Mediation IMGH.
- 3rd meeting: Wednesday 10th November 2021, from 11.00 to 13.00 CET.,
Eleonore Lind, over 30 years of experience in mediation and restorative justice and trainer for the Institutet för Medlarutbildning.
- 4th meeting: Friday 10th December 2021, from 11.00 a.m. to 13.00 CET.,
Jose Castilla Jiménez, lawyer expert in civil, criminal and penitentiary law and President of the Andalusa Mediation Association (AMEDI).
“Restorative Justice: the backbone of the youth justice system in Northern Ireland.
In-depth analysis of Restorative Conferences“.
27th September 2021 – at 11.00 – 3rd meeting
In the framework of the PON “Liberi di scegliere” project, Martina Jordan will open the series of seminars on restorative justice with an in-depth study on the Restorative Conferences in the different contexts of application, with particular attention to the methodological process, the tools in use, the evaluation of interventions and the interlocutions with the judiciary with regard to the the outcomes of the programme.
Martina Jordan, prior to specializing as a Family Group Conference trainer, has conducted hundreds of conferences with juvenile offenders and their victims for over 10 years and has 20 years of working experience in the Juvenile Justice Probation services. Martina Jordan will offer an insight into the Family Group Conference as a restorative justice tool following the model adopted in Northern Ireland in the criminal justice context.
The seminars in streaming will be held on the Video Conferencing ZOOM platform.
Simultaneous translation service is available.