IMPACT Justice-trained practitioners in Barbados to form a Barbados Restorative Practices Association
The Canadian government-funded project ‘Improved Access to Justice in the Caribbean’ (IMPACT Justice) hosted a meeting last Saturday at the University of the West Indies’ Cave Hill Campus in Barbados, at which the decision was taken to form a Barbados Restorative Practices Association.
The meeting was chaired by Professor Velma Newton, regional project director of the IMPACT Justice Project, and attended by educators who had received IMPACT Justice-sponsored training in restorative practices and who had expressed an interest in forming an association.
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