What people say
At Restorative Justice for All we work with different marginalized groups, from young people at risk of offending, to young people with behavioral difficulties or physical difficulties, migrants, refugees, BAME and other’s at risk of being isolated.
WATERSPORTS YOUTH MATTERS PROJECT
Joe lost his mom when he was only 6 and he had to take care of his father who had restricted mobility as he had paralysis in the lower part of his body and was also presenting signs of severe depression. Joe was a strong boy, but the difficulties in his childhood led him to get involved in a gang and in drug abuse. He was taken care of in a foster house and he would sometimes escape but according to the carers, it was happening less after we started with the activities. According to them, being involved with people who didn’t know about his past, who didn’t judge him based on things he’s done or just being surrounded by people who didn’t feel sorry for him was a great experience for him. He was able to direct his energy and his competitiveness to a healthy activity, and he was great at it, encouraging more this.
Restorative art PROJECT
Interns and Volunteers