IMPACT Justice regional project is partnering with the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College to host two workshops this week, addressing violence and conflict in schools.
The Restorative Practices Workshops will be held from January 6th to 9th, and will target students of the College’s Teacher Education Programme.
The facilitators for the 2nd workshop will be Ann Hamilton Dopwell, Lecturer in Teacher Education at the Community College; and Restorative Practices Trainer Patricia Warner, Senior Education Officer in the Ministry of Education, in Barbados.
The opening ceremony for the second workshop, will be held on Wednesday, January 8th at the Conference Room of the Sunset Shores Hotel, at Villa from 9:00 am
Remarks will be given by Professor Velma Newton, Regional Project Director of the IMPACT Justice Project, a representative of the Ministry of Education; Nigel Scott, the Director of the Community College, and Harriette Da Silva, Dean of the Teacher Education Department.
The IMPACT Justice Project aims to improve access to justice for citizens in the 13 CARICOM countries in which the Project is being implemented.