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Community Law Wellington and Hutt Valley (CLWHV) is the current provider of restorative justice services in the Hutt Valley, Porirua and Wellington District Courts.
We would like to invite those interested in becoming Restorative Justice Facilitators (for standard and/or family violence referrals) to join us for a friendly information and Q&A session on Thursday the 12th March 2015.
We’ll address common questions like:
What sort of cases go to restorative justice? How can I be involved? How does it work? Is there training? How do I apply? What do you pay? What about RJ in family violence cases?
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creative writing academy of achievement Restorative justice is a process that brings together someone who has been harmed, and the person that caused that harm. It provides an opportunity for them to meet in a safe environment and talk about what happened, what the impacts of that have been, and how things might be “put right”. The process is victim-centred and completely voluntary for all parties.
Currently CLWHV’s work in restorative justice is across standard and family violence charges in the district courts. Restorative Justice in cases of sexual offending is currently overseen by a national provider, Project Restore
Kei hea? Community Law offices, Level 2, Community House, 84 Willis Street, Wgtn
- 6pm-7.15pm for general information
- 30-8.30pm for further information exploring family violence facilitation specifically.
- If you have a background in family violence we strongly encourage you to come to the first session also.
- Thursday 12th March 2015
- RSVP to email@example.com by the Tuesday 10th March 2015
We look forward to seeing you there!