Volunteering Stall; Restorative Justice Hub
What is this event?
Meet the team from the Restorative Justice Hub and learn more about volunteering with this vital service.
Who is it for?
All current Staffordshire University Student or Staff member are encouraged to speak with the team to explore opportunities with the charity. However, this event may be of particular interest to Students on Advice, Law, Social Welfare and Criminology Courses.
Who can I contact for more information?
The Students' Union Employability and HR Team can help with most queries relating to this event, please email email@example.com or call 01782 294728.
What is the Restorative Justice Hub?
Restorative Justice (RJ) is a victim-focused, voluntary process which brings together the victims of crime and offenders to help repair harm and find a way forward. It gives victims an opportunity to explain to the offender the real impact of their crime, enabling them to move on with their lives. RJ also provides a way for offenders to face up to their actions.
Often people affected by crime feel they have little involvement in the Criminal Justice Process. RJ can help by delivering benefits that traditional justice cannot, by empowering victims and giving them a voice.