Workshop 1

12th January 2015

The Old Sessions House, Canterbury Christ Church University,

North Homes Road, Canterbury, CT1 1QU

 

Introduction

by Michael Kearns and Robin Bryant

(Canterbury Christ Church University)

 

Why focus on Empathy?

by Lorraine Gamman

(Director, Design Against Crime Research Centre, Central Saint Martins)

 

How Restorative Justice can Nurture Empathy and Close the Gap Caused by crime

keynote speech by Peter Wallis

(Senior Restorative Justice Practitioner, Oxfordshire Youth Offending Team)

 

Response to Morning Session

by Jonathan Martin

(Drama Centre London, Central Saint Martins)

 

Global Picture of Empathy and Restorative Justice

by Theo Gavriellides

(Founder and Director of Independent Academic Research Studies (IARS), Founder and co-Director of Restorative Justice for All)

 

European Picture of Empathy and Restorative Justice

by Tim Chapman     

(Lecturer in Restorative Justice, University of Ulster)

 

Workshop: How Can Three Disciplines Learn from One Another to Better Measure and Communicate Cultural Value and Impact?

Three groups with Lorraine Gamman, Robin Bryant and Michael Kearns as workshop facilitators.

 

Design(ers) Response and Summary

by Adam Thorpe

(Design Director, Design Against Crime Research Centre, Central Saint Martins)

 

 

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