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Restorative Justice and Peer Mediation 

The Building Youth Resilience RJ4All video-series aim to give children, young people and their families the skills and knowledge to become more resilient when it comes to violence and marginalisation. They also aim to train young people, students and non professionals on the the values and practices of restorative justice and human rights in order to increase their awareness on the risks associated with gangs and violent radicalisation. The series can be particularly useful as an online tool to be used by students in primary and secondary education in the UK but it has been designed for any person who wants to know more about the topic.

 

The series are also part of our Restoring Communities local programme in South East London. To learn more about our local work in Rotherhithe and South East London watch the video below. For any questions or to work with us please email admin@rj4all.org

First Part: Becoming a Peer Mediator 

An Introduction

Have a look at our fantastic Peer Mediator Series as part of our FRED youth led campaign.

This series of online videos is based in our new e-course on resolving conflicts and addressing group violence

Target Groups

    • High School Students
    • Children and young people
    • Primary School Students
    • Parents especially with children who are risk of being groomed into gangs and violence
    • Non-professionals who want to be informed on the topic of restorative justice and youth radicalisation.

01

Introduction to Fred and to our course

This is an introduction to our series of online videos. 

If you want accreditation or you want to find more information, please have a look at our e-course

02

Introduction to Restorative Justice

This video provides an overview of what restorative justice is, its history and the objectives of restorative justice with a quick overview of Restorative Justice Practices.

03

Introduction to Conflict

In this video, we provide an overview of the definition of conflict and emphasise that conflict is a normal part of life, and it’s important to know how to deal with it because it can lead to violence.

04

Introduction to Violence

This video introduces the concept of violence and the different types of violence a person can experience.
We provide a list of 10 things you can do to stop and/or prevent violence and a contact list in case you need it

05

Introduction to Peer Mediation

The last video of this series teaches us about Peer Mediation and its importance to restore harmed relationships but also to prevent violence and radicalisation.

Second Part: Building Resilience

An Introduction

After a break from the introductions, you can now have a look at our Building Resilience Series  part of our FRED youth led campaign.

This series of online videos is based in our new Guide for Young People to Escape Violence course

Target Groups

    • Young People
    • High School Students
    • Primary School Students
    • Parents especially with children who are risk of being groomed into gangs and violence
    • Non-professionals who want to be informed on the topic of restorative justice and youth radicalisation.

01

What are Gangs? What are the risks?

This is an introduction to our series of online videos. 

If you want accreditation or you want to find more information, please have a look at our e-course

02

Understanding emotions

This video provides an overview of what restorative justice is, its history and the objectives of restorative justice with a quick overview of Restorative Justice Practices.

03

Building Resilience

In this video, we provide an overview of the definition of conflict and emphasise that conflict is a normal part of life, and it’s important to know how to deal with it because it can lead to violence.

04

Positive Role Models

This video introduces the concept of violence and the different types of violence a person can experience.
We provide a list of 10 things you can do to stop and/or prevent violence and a contact list in case you need it

05

Alternative Activities

The last video of this series teaches us about Peer Mediation and its importance to restore harmed relationships but also to prevent violence and radicalisation.

Violence and Domestic Abuse

Since the beginning of the lockdown, many countries have reported a surge in cases of domestic and sexual violence, also known as gender-based violence (GBV), as well as violence against children. Moreover, there is evidence of perpetrators using lockdown measures to exploit and abuse child child contact arrangements. As a response to this, we have added a video to our project addressing Domestic Abuse. 

 

At this time, children are at heightened risk of all forms of violence, including neglect, violent discipline by family members and emotional abuse. Removing children from a protective environment such as school, exacerbates these risks.

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