Dr. Borbála Fellegi from Foresee, Hungary, will present the work the research group has been doing for the ALTERNATIVE project at the European Conference ‘From Dream to Reality: Dawning of a new social science’, organised by the International Institute for Restorative Practices on June 10 – 12, 2015.
The Victimology Society of Serbia presented the ALTERNATIVE project at two different conferences in March.
On 5 March, the University of Ulster organised the BESECURE conference entitled “New directions in Urban Security” in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The University of Ulster is a partner in the ALTERNATIVE project, so Philip McCready, part of the UU team for ALTERNATIVE, attended the conference.
From 9 to 11 March 2015 , the Nova Research Institute organized a steering committee meeting for the partners of the ALTERNATIVE project. All fifteen participants made sure the meeting was a success.
The Hungarian research group Foresee edited a film on the workshop they held with the Austrian IRKS on ‘Potentials in Peacemaking’.
The regional ALTERNATIVE workshop ‘Dealing with interethnic conflicts in the former Yugoslavia and the place of restorative justice: experiences…
Researchers of the EFRJ and KU Leuven representing the ALTERNATIVE project attended the final conference of the FP7 COREPOL project. The conference, entitled “Restorative Justice in Policing Ethnic Minorities” was held in Brussels, Belgium, 4 December 2014.
Contributing to the events and activities taking place on the International Restorative Justice Week (16-23 November 2014) the ALTERNATIVE project launched its blog today.
On 6 and 7 November 2014, Foresee Research Group and IRKS organised the workshop ‘Potentials in Peacemaking’ in Budapest, Hungary. For two days the two organisations worked together to present some of the action research done in Hungary and Austria. Through presentations, films and workshops, the ALTERNATIVE project was introduced to all of the participants. Each participant also had the chance to talk about their own respective fields and expertise.
On October 4, IRKS in Austria held a workshop on non-violent communication at the community center Bassena, am Shöpfwerk.