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To study restorative justice programs/models that focus on the development of emotional, physical and psychological safety for all members of the school community – UK, Canada, USA, NZ.

Armstrong, Margaret
June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) Report. The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust of Australia. Downloaded 31 October 2005.

The Churchill Fellowship has provided a fantastic opportunity for my continued professional
learning by visiting school communities and organizations involved in implementing
restorative practices. It provided an opportunity to view training methods and courses to
support schools and investigate various methods of strategic change and challenges within
schools and communities. I was especially interested in the ways schools found to
effectively implement and manage the transition from the traditional approaches to more
restorative practices. This opportunity for professional learning, which included meeting and
working with an international network of practitioners has increased my knowledge and
expertise and will be invaluable for my ongoing implementation of this philosophy in schools. (excerpt)


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