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Project Number: 2020-1-IT02-KA204-080081

Materials

In this section you can find materials on Restorative Justice as well as the intellectual outputs as the project progresses

International Documents

Handbook on RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAMMES SECOND EDITION

Directive 2012/29/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime, and replacing Council Framework Decision 2001/220/JHA

CM/Rec(2018)8 Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to member States concerning restorative justice in criminal matters

Intellectual Outputs

01

HANDBOOK ON TRAINING TRAINERS IN MEDIATION AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

The handbook includes a literature review on the state of the arts about “training trainers on restorative justice”, a consultation process with experts, some recommendations, and a toolkit for future restorative justice trainers. It is a very useful resource for everyone designing and developing training programmes for restorative justice trainers.

 

In this handbook you can find information on:

  • Who are the restorative justice trainers?

  • What are their professional and training paths and their specific skills?

  • What characteristics do they have in practice, in terms of format and contents?

02

TOOLKIT ACTIVITY SHEET COLLECTION

This resource is a working tool developed to support the training of trainers in restorative justice processes. (IO2). This toolkit is useful for:

  • Manage and supervise training activities

  • Organize in-depth thematic activities

  • Networking

  • Design of training courses
     

There are useful activities to organize:

  • An information section

  • A planning section

  • An accompanying section of the activity.

  • A support section for debriefing

03

TOOLKIT ON RESTORATIVE JUSTICE COMMUNITY PRACTICES

This resource is a collection of articles that point out some of the areas where mediation and restorative justice can be applied and reflect the various backgrounds of their authors.

They are not recipes but it offers a wide range of themes and approaches as conversation starters and material for critical reflection.

The order in which the articles in this publication are arranged isn’t by any means the order in which they should be read: whenever you need an illustration or food for thought on your education, you can simply check out the article more appropriate for the participants and the settings of the workout you are preparing.

04

COLLECTION OF SENSITIVE ZONES RELATED TO GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE

This Manual is to be used during the Train of Trainers (ToTs) together with the other previous Intellectual Outputs IO1, IO2, and IO3. It aims at bringing Restorative Justice in the context of Gender Based Violence, domestic violence, and the broader issue of violence against women.

Apart from the theoretical part concerning European documents referring to GBV and different approaches of the countries to RJ and GBV, types of gender-based violence, sensitive areas in an intercultural perspective, existing ethnographies, gender mainstreaming, and gender equality, a collection of forty-five case studies will be included in the manual

05

MULTIMEDIA TRAINING MATERIALS

Original short films, which mediation and restorative justice trainers can use as an interactive visual tool, to view its practical mode.

Especially in the video are aspects of critical issues (small “mistakes”) in the conduct of mediation in order to enable trainees to critically reflect on aspects to keep in mind and to improve.

See the 4 short films on mediation simulation

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