Restorative justice in cases of sexual harm
Thriving Survivors, Midlothian Council & Community Justice Scotland
- Thursday 16 June
- Time slot
This event took place over 1 year ago
- Equality, diversity & human rights Law & legal Policy & influencing
- Overall aim
Raise awareness of the use of Restorative Justice in cases of sexual harm
To promote a survivor led Justice System
Provide an overview of the National Hub for Restorative Justice
The event aims to raise awareness and inform people about Restorative Justice and its facilitation in cases of sexual harm. Exploring the factors that affect both survivors and people that have caused harm. The speakers will cover a range of areas highlighting academia that underpins practice; the impact on survivor recovery and the core principles of Restorative Justice. Speakers will share both professional and lived experiences of the Restorative Justice process and sexual harm, highlighting aspects that should be considered prior, during and post intervention.
The event will conclude with a question and answer session giving participants the opportunity to engage in discussion with the speakers.
- Who was the event aimed at?
Frontline service delivery
- Who spoke at this event?
- Ashley Scotland, CEO - Thriving Survivors
David Russell, Community Safety & Justice Manager, Midlothian Council
Gemma Fraser, Community Justice Scotland