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Making Sense of Restorative Practice

“Making Sense of Restorative Practice: An International Exchange of Ideas”
Friday 28th and Saturday 29th March 2014
Whanganui

Whanganui is hosting a number of international visitors from the restorative province of Nova Scotia, Canada and the conference is the start of an international learning network between Whanganui, Nova Scotia and other restorative cities of Hull, Leeds, Bristol and Hobart (and others).

It is a fantastic opportunity for professionals and the local community to learn more about restorative practice and share ideas on how we expand on the work already done to make Whanganui a safe and connected community.   We’re excited to receive attention both from the rest of New Zealand and also further afield and have extended the number of workshops and the registration date to reflect this. 

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