PROTECT project partners met in Hannover to work on the new training programme for operators working with restorative justice and victim support services

By October 12, 2021 News

Courtesy PROTECT Project

On 11-12 October, the project partners of the PROTECT project met in Hannover at WAAGE-Institute to formulate the definition of the joint training programme for operators working with restorative justice and victim support services.

This is a 3-year Erasmus+ project dedicated to exchanging good practices on restorative justice and promoting victims’ rights protection. The objective is pursued through the creation of a “peer-learning community”, where partners can actively exchange knowledge, develop common training methodologies, foster professional competences and discuss problematic issues.

The implementation of restorative justice paths can help both the victims and the offenders in rebuilding their social connections.

Learn more on: https://protect-erasmusplus.eu/