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As part of Cornwall’s contribution to International Restorative Justice Week, The Poly in Falmouth showed three films sponsored by the RSA and created through local Cornwall talents. Poly President, Mike Jenks FRSA gave a warm introduction explaining how since 1833, The Poly has hosted interactive developments around arts, science and social progress. This event followed [...]
Deborah Mitchell, RJ Working co-founder, recently graduated from the School for Social Entrepreneurs.
Conference aimed at promoting social enterprise in Cornwall by addressing issues of deprivation and poverty in the county. This was in partnership with the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, (RSA), Plymouth University and the University of Exeter. The first annual event of its kind in Cornwall, entitled You Can't Eat The View: Social [...]
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Find out more about the intensive RJ Training Programme at the Eden Project, 17-21 Feb 2014. Click to download the PDF.
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RJ Working was one of several Cornwall Youth Work Partnership organisations to participate in an exciting Cornwall Council-led project from 14th to 22nd December. Tam Martin Fowles joined a team of young people and professionals from Cornwall who welcomed 12 young people and two youth workers from Bosnia Herzogovina for a week-long residential at Golant [...]
Together with Hannah Hart of the Local Criminal Justice Board, RJ Working arranged for Jemma Jewkes, Head of Standards at the Restorative Justice Council (RJC), to visit the South West. The meeting was hosted at Police HQ Middlemoor and included representatives from all four areas of Devon and Cornwall and representation from Councils, Statutory and [...]