Justice comes to Hull as city hosts international conference

Restorative justice sees low-level criminals given the chance to understand the impact of their crime rather than face prosecution and suffer the stigma attached to having a criminal record.

The conference, which will be held at the Mercure Royal Hotel in Ferensway, is being hosted by the Hull Centre For Restorative Practice.

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Hull, UK: Toward a Restorative City

Hull, UK, led by the Hull Centre for Restorative Practices (HCRP) and the International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP), is endeavoring to become a “restorative city.” The goal is for everyone who works with children and youth in Hull, one of England’s most economically and socially deprived cities, to employ restorative practices.

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City to host worldwide conference for innovative child behavioural techniques

A major world conference focusing on children’s behaviour is set to attract up to 1,000 visitors to the city.

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Pupils lead world with ‘restorative practice’

Hull is leading the world in a groundbreaking scheme to tackle children’s behaviour. It is the only city to have adopted “restorative practice”, which encourages children to take responsibility for their actions.

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City’s drive to resolve disputes attracts interest across world

HULL’S scheme to bring victims and perpetrators together as a way of settling disputes will be recognised this week when it hosts an international conference on restorative practice.

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