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IMPROVING HARMONY IN COMMUNITIES

Restorative Justice - where the people most effective in finding a solution to a problem are the people most directly impacted by the problem.

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WHO WE ARE

Restorative Justice is a range of processes that advocates that the people most effective at finding a solution to a problem are the people who are most directly impacted by the problem, creating opportunities, for those involved in a conflict to work together to understand, clarify and resolve the incident and work together towards repairing the harm caused.

 

The Centre for Restorative Justice was formed in 1997 as a response to community concern about the over-use of incarceration in South Australia and because victims of crime at that stage were not able to engage appropriately in the functions of the criminal justice system.

 

Restorative Justice focuses on repairing the harm that arises from wrongdoing, creating opportunities for victims and offenders to work together to repair that harm and restoring relationships, rather than concentrating on punishment.

With the assistance of our founding Advisory Committee we have progressively developed our services to incorporate training and support within:

  • School Communities

  • Criminal Justice System

    • domestic violence

    • drug and alcohol misuse

  • Businesses and Organisations

WHY WE EXIST

To enhance Community capacity through embedded restorative practices and processes which strengthen individual and organisational ability to better manage conflict and tension.

  • By providing the opportunity for people who have been affected by conflict to be part of the healing process

  • By helping people to heal themselves as a means of preventing the occurrence, onset and re-occurrence of conflict

  • By delivering high quality training to assist individuals and organisations build capacity.

 

"It is not small people who ask for forgiveness. It is large hearted, magnanimous courageous people who are ready to say what are some of the most difficult words in any language: ‘I am sorry’. But once uttered, they open the way to a new opportunity, the possibility of a new beginning, the chance to start again having learnt a lesson from the past "

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

OUR SERVICES

Supporting & Encouraging Communities

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ORGANISATIONAL CONSULTING

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TRAINING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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RESTORATIVE
CONFERENCE
FACILITATION

 
 

TESTIMONIALS

What our Community says about us

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Centre for Restorative Justice Training & Events

The Centre for Restorative Justice provides ongoing Professional Development Workshops and training opportunities.

Due to the impact of the various Covid restrictions on our community this year, we will not be offering an Open Workshop in the first half of 2022.

We are pleased to offer our new eLearning Introduction to Restorative Justice/Practice.

 

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