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21 October 2019

Restorative Practices Forum (NI) 25th Anniversary

Building a Vision for the Future of Restorative Practices

About this Event

WHY: The Restorative Practices Forum (NI) (formerly the Restorative Justice Forum) has brought a wide range of people and organisations together over the past 25 years to promote restorative justice, to offer opportunities to share best practices and to support research. It can claim that it has contributed to the rapid expansion of restorative practices over the past 20 years and to Northern Ireland’s international reputation for high quality and innovative restorative approaches in a variety of sectors.

WHO: This conference will provide an opportunity to bring together policy makers, practitioners and researchers from throughout the island of Ireland and to welcome visitors from Britain, Europe and beyond.

WHAT: The conference will:

  • Take stock of and celebrate what has been achieved;
  • Cast a critical eye on what could be improved;
  • Generate a vision to maximise the benefits of restorative practices throughout society.

For more information visit the conference website

Should you require an invoice as your payment method please email the conference team - to complete a manual registration form.


Yvonne Adair; Tim Chapman; David Eagleson; Christine Hunter; Martina Jordan; Jim McGrath; Janette McKnight; David Smyth; Tom Winstone.

Accommodation offer:

The Park Avenue Hotel has kindly offered a discounted rate for B&B. Single rooms are £80 and double rooms are £100. Please contact the hotel directly to book on 028 9065 6520.



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