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Restoring Relationships: Addressing Hate Crime Through Restorative Justice. The Project. Three Phases 1) Literature Review 2) Interviews 3) ‘Toolkit’. Phase One. Desk Research Restorative Justice Hate Crime Legislation ‘Gaps’ Typology International Examples. Restorative Justice .

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the project
The Project
  • Three Phases
    • 1) Literature Review
    • 2) Interviews
    • 3) ‘Toolkit’
phase one
Phase One
  • Desk Research
    • Restorative Justice
    • Hate Crime
    • Legislation
    • ‘Gaps’
    • Typology
    • International Examples
restorative justice
Restorative Justice
  • Definition
  • Dominant informal-justice system
  • Where it is implemented
    • Schools
    • Criminal Justice System
  • Major concern has been the difficulty in quantifying results and inconsistency of approach
restorative justice1
Restorative Justice
  • More qualitative than quantitative
  • Ductility of RJ positive
hate crime
Hate Crime
  • Definition
  • Stephen Lawrence Inquiry
  • Victims
  • Offender
  • Gaps
four key meetings
Four Key Meetings
  • MPA Race Hate Crime Forum
  • Southwark Mediation
  • Lambeth Youth Justice
  • Restorative Justice Consortium
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Metropolitan Police Authority Race Hate Crime Forum
    • Improve co-ordination
    • Prevent and reduce hate crime
    • Satisfaction of victims
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Southwark Mediation Centre
    • RJ in practice
    • Hate Crime
    • Victim-Offender Mediation
    • Group Conferencing
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Lambeth Youth Justice
    • Programs for young people
    • Reduce re-offending
    • Multi-agency approach
    • Community safety
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Restorative Justice Consortium
    • Promote RJ
    • Criminal Justice System
    • Workplace
    • Community
publications
Publications
  • Stockholm Criminology Presentation
  • “Restorative Justice Theory and Practice: Addressing the Discrepancy”
  • ROTA Policy Journal
  • Monthly Policy Updates – ROTA Newsletter
british journal of criminology
British Journal of Criminology
  • “RESTORATIVE JUSTICE AND HATE CRIME: ADDRESSING THE GAP BETWEEN PRACTICE AND POLICY” (Forthcoming)
    • Recommendations made in Paper
      • Multi-agency approach to defeat hate crime
      • Need a definition for hate crime
      • Adapt the CJS to combat hate crime
      • Assessment of both punitive and preventive measures
      • Funders supporting innovative projects
      • Practitioners and Academics need to work together
      • Support for long-term solutions
amendment to phase ii comparative element
Amendment to Phase II- Comparative Element
  • Meeting W/Practitioners, Offenders and Victims in the U.S.
  • Ample RJ programmes in the U.S.
    • Balanced and Restorative Justice: An Information Manual for California.
    • BARJ (Balanced and Restorative Justice Project)
    • VORP’s In California
implementation of case grant in the u s
Implementation of CASE Grant in the U.S.
  • Meeting with JRP – Lisa Rea
  • UCLA
  • Emailed Boalt Hall at Berkeley
  • Youth Justice NGO in California
benefits for students
Benefits for Students
  • LSE Students learn:
    • Policy updates
    • Key stakeholders
    • Collaboration
    • Research
    • Teamwork
    • Briefings
living knowledge conference
Living Knowledge Conference
  • Collaboration with academia
    • Working with NGO’s
    • Advanced training
    • Practical use of skills
    • Network
case grant success
CASE Grant Success
  • Carter Grant allowed us to:
    • Learn about important social issues
    • Gain VCS experience
    • Conduct a socially progressive project
    • Advance key policy issues
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