The multiplier’s main objective was to share the project’s intellectual outputs with a wider audience and increase awareness of its key goals. Accordingly, we held two multiplier events, one on 25 November at The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, Parliament Chamber and Queen’s Room, Ashley Building, Middle Temple Lane, London EC4Y 9BT in the parliament chamber. The second one was held on 10 December 2022 at The RJ4All Rotherhithe Community Centre, 30 Plough Way London SE16 2LJ, UK. Between the two events, we had a total of 49 nationals and 34 internationals who attended, plus A target of extra 22 nationals to meet the value of 11 internationals.
The events were attended in person, and no one could follow the events online. The events’ delegates received a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) certificate. For the CPD certification, registration and full attendance were mandatory. Certificates were sent to registered representatives after the events; this not only acted as an incentive but also pushed the quality of the events. The submitted presentations and abstracts are available on the project website alongside the agenda and the delegates’ info pack.
- “Restorative Justice Music: A tool for school cohesion” – Thandiwe Mncina (RJ4All Project Officer)
- “Peer mediation: empowering youth through RJ in practice” – Dave Walker (Calm Mediation)
- “Using character education to promote inclusion and reduce school exclusions” – Sarah Noble (Abbey College Cambridge)
- “Is School Exclusion Justice?” – Yeung Tang (RJ4All Intern)
Video presentations from partner organisations
- “Music for inclusion: insights from Spain” – Vanessa Pittl (Asociación Caminos)
- “Learning restoratively through Music Education in Germany” – Sabrina Ibrahim (Afridat)
- “Restoring Respect through Music Education – implementation in Cyprus” – Alexandra Pambouka (Centre for Social Innovation)
- “The enormous power of restorative justice music!” – Sercan Dere (Manisa Ozel Egitim Uygulama Okulu III. Kademe)
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