The international Restorative Justice Week provides a unique opportunity every year to focus public attention on restorative justice, to the benefits it can create for the society, and to bring together communities globally and locally that are committed to address injustices and harm in a humane way. Find more info on this year’s RJW special focus through the European Forum for Restorative Justice website:
As part of the European Week of Restorative Justice, on Friday, November 20, the research team from the University of Barcelona will participate in the webinar “Restorative justice against hate crimes and discrimination” organized by the Centre d’Estudis Jurídics i Formació Especialitzada (CEJFE) and Direcció General d’Execució Penal a la Comunitat i de Justícia Juvenil, of the Department of Justice of the Generalitat de Catalunya. We will talk about our research on the Letsgobytalking project and discuss the role of restorative justice in hate crimes and anti-LGBT discrimination.
For more information (in Catalan): http://cejfe.gencat.cat/ca/detalls/noticia/Jornada.-La-justicia-restaurativa-davant-de-delictes-dodi-i-discriminacio