Restorative Practices International
Sharing Practice, Building Connections: Together Making a Difference
Welcome to Restorative Practices International – a professional member association
developed by practitioners for practitioners.
Restorative Practices International (RPI) is a not-for-profit, independent, professional member association that supports the development of restorative practice in schools, prisons, workplaces, organisations, families and communities.
RPI is committed to connecting practitioners around the globe and creating opportunities to share and learn from one another. We strongly believe that our work in these fields will be strengthened by our ability to:
- develop and maintain best practice
- learn from diverse areas of practice
- enhance networking within the field
- share developments, and
- work together
Our VisionA World Community connected in harmony through Restorative Practices
To improve the quality and scope of Restorative Justice practice across the world by developing and supporting practitioners through professional development and information sharing.
**RPI’S QUEENSLAND CHAPTER STATE CONFERENCE – Monday 20th October 2014:
Relationships Matter: Developing, Maintaining and Restoring School Communities.
This one-day conference for teachers and school leaders at the Australian Trade College, Scarborough, features two plenary presentations: The Neuroscience of Relationships with Nathan Wallis and The Matter of Relationships with Peta Blood. It includes workshops on The Emotion Brain and the Learning Brain, Undercover Antibullying Teams, Maintaining the Momentum with RP, RP and Relational Pedagogy and more. For the brochure click here.
Registration closes 30th September. For more detailed information and to register click here.
**CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN FOR RPI’S 2015 CONFERENCE IN HOBART: for details click here…