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    The reflective practitioner: Considering the role of the mediator

    The reflective practitioner: Considering the role of the mediator

    Helen Shurven

    Member, National Native Title Tribunal

    9.30 to 12:00 Tuesday, 5 June 2018

     

    Relationships Australia’s national team is delighted to announce a free community event that may of interest to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, dispute resolution practitioners, mediators, lawyers, community leaders, restorative practitioners and others.

     

    Narratives of Climate Change Symposium

    Narratives of Climate Change Symposium

    EARLY BIRD RATE ENDS THIS FRIDAY!!

    The University of Newcastle, the Griffith Climate Change Response Program and the School of Law and Justice, Southern Cross University invite you to attend the Narratives of Climate Change Symposium.

    “The Symposium’s content, timing and attendees mean it is set to be one of the most seminal conferences on the theme in years” Jacquie Svenson, Solicitor, Newcastle Legal Centre.

    “Restorative Cities – The Role of the Justice System."

    “Restorative Cities – The Role of the Justice System."

    26th ANNUAL SIR NINIAN STEPHEN LECTURE

    Professor Tania Sourdin would like to invite you to attend the Newcastle Law School’s 26th Annual Sir Ninian Stephen Lecture and formal dinner.

    The Sir Ninian Stephen Lecture was established in 1993 to mark the arrival of the first group of Bachelor of Laws students at the University of Newcastle. It is delivered by an eminent lawyer each academic year.

    This year we welcome The Hon Wayne Martin AC, Chief Justice of Western Australia to deliver the lecture titled “Restorative Cities – The Role of the Justice System."

    RJ TODAY - Restorative Justice News & Insights

    RJ TODAY - Restorative Justice News & Insights

    "RJ Today captures today’s restorative justice news using artificial intelligence.

    The global movement of restorative practices produces amazing stories every day, of communities and leaders transforming conflict into opportunities for healing and progress. The stories we find in one country can inform the justice movement in another country.

    This website seeks to capture the breadth of this activity so we can learn and adapt ideas to our own communities."

    Newcastle as a Restorative City Symposium - EXTENDED EARLY BIRD RATE

    Early bird rates for Newcastle as a Restorative City Symposium

    NED Foundation encourages your interest in the Newcastle as a Restorative City Symposium

    We pass on an announcement from the Symposium hosts - The Faculty of Business and Law at the University of Newcastle.

     

    Early Bird Rates Extended Until 30 April 2018!

    We are pleased to announce an extension to our early bird rates for the Symposium. The early bird rates for registration will now close on Monday 30 April 2018.

    You are into the 2018 Annual Sir Ninian Stephen Lecture

    Invitation to the 2018 Annual Sir Ninian Stephen Lecture

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    Join the local legal community at The Newcastle Law School’s 26th Annual Sir Ninian Stephen Lecture. The Sir Ninian Stephen Lecture was established in 1993 to mark the arrival of the first group of Bachelor of Laws students at the University of Newcastle. It is delivered by an eminent lawyer each academic year.

    This year we welcome The Hon Wayne Martin AC, Chief Justice of Western Australia to deliver the lecture titled “Restorative Cities – The Role of the Justice System."

    Canberra Restorative Community Network Current Events

    Canberra Restorative Community Network website image.

    May – June 2018
     
    Regular informal meetings of restorative community network members are held on the first Tuesday of the month at 5.30-6.30pm at ANU Fellows Café, University House and the third Friday of the month at 12.30-1.30pm at Smiths Alternative, Alinga Street, Civic (opposite the post office) No need to RSVP for these informal gatherings.
     
     
    Tuesday 15th May 2018
     
    University of Canberra & Whanganui District Health Board, Whanganui, New Zealand
    2.30 - 4.30 pm Yarning Circle