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EFRJ Symposium in Bilbao: how was it?
The EFRJ Symposium brought together about 220 participants from 24 countries: click here to download the presentations and check our social media to view more pictures!  

Participants can fill in the evaluation form until 7 July!
Welcome to our new members! 

At the Annual General Meeting (Bilbao, 4 June 2019) we welcomed 50 new full members (including 17 organisations) and 18 new associate members (including 2 organisations). Thanks to this 68 new comers, our membership counts a total of 458 members (including 60 organisations). In the following weeks, we will update the EFRJ web-page reserved to our organisational members. 

Keep us posted!
The EFRJ is an international platform of professionals working in the field of RJ and related topics. Make full use of such platform by sharing with us your initiatives, projects, publications, campaigns to further develop RJ in your country. Contact the EFRJ Secretariat if you wish to be present in our next Newsflash!  
Summer School on child-friendly RJ
One seat left for our Summer School on "Child-Friendly Restorative Justice" (Gdansk, Poland 22-26 July). Trainers Bie Vansereven and Belinda Hopkins will introduce good practices to use RJ in cases involving children and adolescents. At the end of the training, participants will be more resourceful, restorative and resilient. Register here!
Criminal Justice Summer Course

Last week to register! The registration deadline for the Criminal Justice Summer Course is 20 June! The Criminal Justice Platform Europe (EFRJ, Europris and CEP) organises a practical training on "Criminal Justice in a Polarized Society" (Barcelona, 2-5 July). Participants can choose among three different series of workshops, focusing on probation, or prisons, or RJ. The trainers invited by the EFRJ will focus on case studies and practical tools for conflict transformation, dialogue and social inclusion.

Conversation with Johannes Feest

EFRJ Board member Brunilda Pali published a new conversation in herblog Restorotopias, this time with the German penologist and sociologist of law, abolitionist and critical criminologist Johannes Feest. A must read for all interested in abolitionism, history of critical criminology in Germany, and much more.

New publication on RJ
A new RJ publication by the University of Trento: "Giustizia Riparativa: responsabilità, partecipazione, riparazione”. The volume includes contributions  (in Italian and in English) from EFRJ members Grazia Mannozzi, Daniela Arieti and Michael Kilchling.
Vacancy on RJ and child victims
The Regional Office of Terre des Hommes in Budapest launched a new vacancy for a Project Coordinator to lead the project "i-RESTORE: Better Protecting Child Victims Rights through Restorative Justice". The EFRJ is partner in this project, so this is your opportunity to work (indirectly) with us!  
Moment of inspiration: La Mirada del Otro

At the EFRJ Symposium in Bilbao, we saw the theatre play "La Mirada del Otro", product of 10 years research by the collective Proyecto 43-2. The play is a realistic representation of the restorative encounter between an ETA dissident and the daughter of one of his victims. The play is performed in Spanish with English subtitles (more will be available upon request!), so the play can easily travel across Europe. Let us know if you wish to invite this theatre group in your city!


The objective of the EFRJ Newsflash is to share information about RJ events and publications in Europe and beyond. Please note that the EFRJ cannot be held liable for the quality of the contents.
Mon Jun 17 2019 16:41:58 GMT+0200 (heure d’été d’Europe centrale)
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