The Restorative Justice Clinical Program is an innovative suite of experiential learning activities, based at the University of Kent. Launched in January 2023, our mission is to enrich Kent students’ education by providing unique opportunities to develop their vocational skills and to support local communities with free restorative justice services.
The Director of the Program is Dr Giuseppe Maglione, a restorative justice expert and practitioner with extensive experience.
Restorative justice is an umbrella term which incorporates a variety of practices, aiming to prevent conflicts and harms, or to deal with their consequences, through voluntary dialogue and by emphasising accountability, collaboration, and reparation.
Restorative justice seeks to modify unbalanced power relations, changing social practices and institutions by promoting a culture of inclusion, dialogue, non-violence and attention to vulnerable individuals and groups.
The Restorative Justice Clinical Program consists of four different activities:
To find out more about the Restorative Justice Clinical Program or to arrange an appointment please:
Email the Director Dr Giuseppe Maglione at firstname.lastname@example.org