Creating a Restorative Community Across the Globe

Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th  November 2015

at the Britannia Royal Hotel, 170 Ferensway, Hull, HU1 3UF

HCRP holds an annual international conference.  This provides a fantastic opportunity for HCRP and partner organisations, locally and internationally, to come together to share good practice, lessons learned and outcomes achieved.

 

This is invaluable when establishing networks in relation to specific issues, challenges and good practice.

This conference draws together leaders and practitioners from across the world, successful in implementing, building and maintaining a Restorative Community.

 

With a variety of speakers from different fields, this connects and gives an opportunity to learn about best practice and engage in meaningful interaction through discussion to take these ideas forward.

 

We welcome participants from all sectors and pledge not to favour or profit / benefit from one source or organisation.

 

The conference is arranged as flexibly as possible; delegates can book a single day or both days.  Full details of the workshop schedule and speakers will appear on the HCRP website and are listed overleaf.

 

If you have any queries about transport, accommodation or the conference in general that are not answered here or on the website, please call the HCRP office on +44 (0)1482 375635 for help.

 

Availability is limited to book your place now by completing the booking form (link below).

 

Download the conference flyer/booking form here: Click Here


Key Note Speakers

 Day One – Tuesday 14th November 2017

 

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Paul NixonPaul Nixon, Chief Social Worker, Child, Youth and Family, New Zealand

Paul Nixon is Chief Social Worker for Child, Youth and Family, Ministry of Social Development in New Zealand. Paul is originally from the UK and has worked for more than 25 years in Child Welfare, Protection and Youth Justice services’, always in a statutory setting.
 
Paul was inspired by practice and innovations from New Zealand, particularly Family Group Conferences, Restorative Justice and Whanau / Kinship Care. Previously Paul was Assistant Director (Social Care) for North Yorkshire County Council and he also worked as Strategic Lead for Restorative Practices for Hull City Council.  Paul has written a number of books on social work, empowerment and work with children and families, and written numerous articles and chapters. He has provided consultancy, research and evaluation and training on work with children and families around the world.

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