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Restorative Practice in Schools: Where next?

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Hilary Cremin will lead discussion and present her iPEACE model, which offers a fresh perspective on restorative practice, underpinned by an understanding of schools as complex eco-systems.

Many schools in the UK and elsewhere now see themselves as restorative, and yet challenges of embedding and sustaining restorative practice remain. This seminar aims to bring together a small group of restorative practitioners, teachers, and researchers with an interest in peace-building through education in the UK to share their work and discuss dilemmas, challenges and opportunities.

This talk is part of the Education, Equality and Development (EED) Group Seminars series.

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