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School Restorative Conferencing: A positive approach to keeping young people in the school community

Healy, Julie
June 4, 2015

Source: Policy and practice briefing, No. 4. Belfast: Barnardo’s Northern Ireland. Downloaded 7 March 2005.

The primary aim of the School Restorative Conferencing (SRC) scheme, which opened as a pilot in 2000, is to provide a positive approach to school inclusion for all through a restorative justice model.The project works with schools in the Southern Education & Library Board area and is based in Barnardo’s Diamond House Centre, Moy, County Tyrone. (excerpt)


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