Peace-building through Restorative Dialogue in the Community, which responds to the increasing demand for restorative dialogue in crime prevention, healing for victims, offenders and ex-offenders reintegration. To promote community healing where hurt and pain may be eased and hope restored.
It ran from 10:00 AM, 6 December 2012 to 5:00 PM, 19 December 2012
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1138175)
The high level of violence amongst migrants and local communities which reflects a complicated combination of the migrant‚Äôs past history and recent stresses -- on -- individuals, and community level. These migrants especially those from war torn countries do have the basic conflicts management skills. Hence, they see violence as the only means to settle disputes rather ‚Äúmediation‚Äù.
By providing alternative methods (Restorative Justice - mediation) of dealing with crime, wrongdoing and conflicts to Migrants and local communities and by assisting migrants to deal with conflicts through mediation. We would also assist migrants to gain an understanding of the Criminal Justice Process and empower them to adopt Restorative Justice/Mediation as an approach in settling disputes and equip community members with the basic conflict management skills (Mediation).
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