Newcastle as a restorative city.

https://www.theaustralian.com.au/weekend-australian-magazine/making-it-personal-does-restorative-justice-work/news-story/bca241dca66363c7c6aac65ccf979ea5

Our June forum at the Newcastle Institute will be looking at Restorative Justice

What is a Restorative city? What is Restorative Justice?

The Restorative City movement grew out of restorative justice initiatives, which seeks to transform the cultural and social fabric of a city to focus on building strong and healthy relationships in finding a constructive solution to crime, rather than relying on the justice system to apply a punitive approach.

Here is the video stream of the presentation.

Professor Tania Soudin– Dean of Newcastle Law School, Uni of Newcastle
Professor John Anderson, Dr Nicola Ross–Uni of Newcastle
Superintendent Daniel Sullivan- Lake Macquarie Police Local Area Commander
Magistrate Nell Skinner– Broadmeadow Children’s Court
Kerrie Thompson– CEO VOCAL

The forum starts at 6pm and will be taking place at Souths Leagues Club in Llewellyn Street Merewether.

Some contemporary comment from The Weekend Australian

Everybody is welcome and there will be time for questions and interaction.

Please use the link on the right to register. Members should select the member option to access their complimentary entry.

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