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Information for Practitioners

Restorative Practice is used in a wide range of settings including criminal justice agencies, educational settings, and community services, statutory and voluntary organisations. More >

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Information For Parents

As parents, we are constantly confronted with conflict within a family environment, everything from squabbling siblings to rows over homework or bed time. More >

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Information for Young people

Restorative Practice is used by young people in a wide range of places, from schools, youth clubs, and universities and at home; and with friends, class mates, teachers, parents and anyone you come in contact with. More >

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Information for Researchers & Policy Makers

Restorative Practices, including restorative justice, have been gaining traction in Ireland over the last few decades. More >

Information for Schools

Restorative Practices are increasingly used in schools, both primary and secondary, as a core part of their teacher-pupil engagement, behaviour management and conflict resolution. More >

Latest News and Events

Conference calls for Restorative Practices to be used in all Schools

26 May, 2016.

Issued by Restorative Practices Ireland and the Restorative Justice Forum Northern Ireland

All Teachers should be trained to use Restorative Practice in the classroom

All Teachers should be trained to use Restorative Practices in the classroom...

RP Conference 2016

Restorative Practices Conference will be held on the 25th & 26th May 2016 in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk & Dundalk I.T.  For more information see flyer below: