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The RJ4All international conferences aim to build bridges across countries, abilities, backgrounds, cultures and civilisations with the key aim of creating new knowledge and building a better society. In a true restorative justice spirit, these unique annual events bring together some of the world’s leading minds in social justice to help us with our mission of rebalancing power within society. This international initiative forms part of our long-term vision to create the first London restorative justice postcode.

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2nd Annual International Conference

Voices from within: Preventing violent youth radicalisation, school exclusion, cyberbullying and homelessness

25th November 2022

The second Annual International Conference was held in The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple and saw 110 delegates from around the world. This international conference brought together some of the world’s leaders to provide evidence-based solutions on four key overlapping themes:

    • Preventing violent youth radicalisation through the restorative justice ethos
    • Preventing school exclusion and marginalisation through restorative justice music & art
    • Preventing cyberbullying through restorative justice and human rights 
    • Preventing and addressing homelessness through bottom-up solutions and individual empowerment.

The first RJ4All Annual International Conference was held in The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple with hundreds of representatives of over 21 countries.

The first conference day focused on gender-based violence and youth and had representatives from 19 countries (England, Gambia, Spain, Italy, Northern Ireland, India, Lithuania, Uganda, USA, Cyprus, Ukraine, Wales, Kenya, Hungary, Germany, Palestine, South Africa, Bulgaria and Turkey).

The second conference day focused on migrants’ integration, mental health & violence and had representatives from 21 countries (England, Gambia, Spain, Italy, Northern Ireland, India, Lithuania, Uganda, USA, Cyprus, Ukraine, Wales, Kenya, Hungary, Germany, Palestine, South Africa, Bulgaria, Turkey, France and Romania).

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