Dates for your Diary!
Further to our announcement earlier today, we are pleased to confirm the date of the next awards as the 31st March 2017 in Central London. Nominations will open on the 1st September 2016, and close on the 15th December 2016. The shortlist will be announced on the 15th January 2017.
A huge congratulations to Unite Limited for winning the Employment category.
Once again thank you to a very special friend of the Awards Mark Finnis who has kindly agreed to be this years Head Judge.
Restorative Living Award
A huge congratulations to Marc and Shelley for winning the Restorative Living category.
Criminal Justice Award
A huge congratulations to Space 2 Face for winning the Criminal Justivce category.
Following an amazing night on Friday we are very excited to let you know that we are already working on the second Restorative Practice Awards!
We are very excited to announce a new category for the 2017 Awards - The Children and Families Award. This award is in recognition of an individual or organisation who have used restorative practices in supporting vulnerable children and families and can demonstrate the positive impact they have made.
Thank you to Peter Jukes, Author and Journalist, for kindly agreeing to be a Judge at this years awards.
Thank you to Chris Moore, Chief Executive at the Clink Charity, for kindly agreeing to be a Judge at this years awards.
A huge congratulations to PC Dave Pascoe for winning the Education category.
A huge congratulations to Sussex Restorative Justice Project for winning the Communities category.
Thank you to Deborah Mitchell from RJ Working CIC for kindly agreeing to be a Judge at this years awards.
Young Heroes Award
A huge congratulations to Darren Bello, Popo Gurupira, Trinay Barrett, Hassan Nadji, Betty May McDermott, Joy Bromley, Asha Ali, Nazila Nadiri, Elliott Orange, Ellen Johnson, Malveen Manic, Bridey Halliday and Shakra Ahmed from Carr Manor Community School for winning the Young Heroes Award.
RECOGNISING AND CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE IN THE FIELD OF RESTORATIVE PRACTICES
CENTRAL LONDON - 31st MARCH 2017
The focus of these awards is to celebrate together the life changing effects of Restorative Practice and to stand with those who have been able to overcome adverse circumstances to give hope to all those affected by conflict.
The awards will showcase best practice throughout employment, education, community settings and the criminal justice sector to demonstrate what can be achieved and to inspire others to take a restorative approach. We want to recognise individuals and organisations who are leading the way in demonstrating how and why restorative practices can be used to transform the way we live.
There will be a drinks reception from 18:30 with networking opportunities, followed by a food, an awards presentation and entertainment till late. The awards presentation will include videos and performances which showcase some of the best work that is happening in the field of restorative practice as well as some of the inspirational stories of our award winners. The Awards promises to be a real celebration and recognition of excellence and achievement and a range of high profile sponsorship opportunities are available.
A huge congratulations to Leeds Family Valued Project for winning the Cutting Edge category.
We are very excited to announce a new category for the 2017 Awards - The Youth Work Award. This award is in recognition of an individual or organisation who are delivering outstanding restorative work with young people and can demonstrate the positive impact they have made.
Thank you to Paul Blakey MBE, the founder of Halifax Street Angels, for kindly agreeing to be a Judge at this years awards.