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Building a New Paradigm: Restorative Justice Training for Trainers

Date
25 May 2018 (09:00-17:00)
Location:
Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, London
Description
This workshop provides trainers with new insights into theoretical developments in restorative justice and its application to enhance restorative justice practice within the criminal justice system.

Music Care Training - Level 1

Date
29 (00:00) - 30 May 2018 (00:00)
Location:
Jubilee Campus
Description
The Fundamentals of Music Care: Theory and Context. Part of our Continuing Professional Development programme.

Music Care Training - Level 1

Date
31 May (00:00) - 01 June 2018 (00:00)
Location:
Jubilee Campus
Description
The Fundamentals of Music Care: Theory and Context. Part of our Continuing Professional Development programme.

70th anniversary of the School of Sociology and Social Policy

Date
06 June 2018 (14:30-19:00)
Location:
B63, Law and Social Sciences Building, The Atrium, University Park
Description
Join us to celebrate our 70th anniversary.

Managing and depositing your ESRC data

Date
26 June 2018 (14:00-16:30)
Location:
Jubilee Campus
Description
Come along and improve your knowledge and skills on the management and archiving of social science research data questions in an interactive, hands-on setting.

Building a New Paradigm: Enhancing Restorative Policing

Date
03 (09:00) - 04 July 2018 (17:00)
Location:
Manchester Mercure Hotel, Piccadilly
Description
This two-day event offers police officers new insights into contemporary developments in restorative justice policing.

Political Reversals and Renewals: Call for papers

Date
08 (10:00) - 09 November 2018 (16:00)
Location:
University of Nottingham
Description
Recent elections and referenda have thrown up some unexpected results - outside candidates have emerged rapidly to take power, and established politicians have suffered an unexpected decline or increase in support. Traditional institutions such as political parties and trade unions have experienced a revival in membership. Received wisdom on public opinion and political behaviour has been disrupted, not least assumptions about the political engagement of millenials. This conference will explore mediated communication of politics in the context of such instability and insurgency.
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