Debating the power of restorative practices for the Higher Education sector
To explore more about Restorative Justice Practices in HE, you may be interested in this event, with Dr Elaine Yerby, Dr Emma Davies and Rebecca Page-Tickell, PFHEA.
In conversation with Dr Gabriella Buttarazzi, Centre of Excellence for Learning and Teaching at the University of East London
There is a strong evidence base of the need to recognise the powerful skills that lie behind conflict resolution, the importance of understanding triggers and of the benefits of learning how to manage conflict in all its different guises. In this discussion, restorative practices are posited as ‘teachable’ skills and framed as the empowerment tools that can enable Higher Education Institutions to move beyond current traditions that rely on rigid and strict investigational procedures and punitive disciplinaries that seek to blame and punish individuals. To get a flavour of what’s to come, listen to our introduction and book into our event using https://bit.ly/3usVWeB