Project Articulate Insights
Widening Access to Restorative Justice within Communities – 2nd September 2022
Sula Blankenberg, and Keeva Baxter visited PBIC, a migrant community organisation based in Bedford, as part of our work on Project Articulate. We have also partnered with Bedfordshire Victim Care, the local Restorative Justice service to build their capacity to work restoratively with people who speak English as an Additional Language.
Project Articulate – Insights from Roundtable on 24th March 2022
On 24 March 2022, Why me? hosted our second Project Articulate roundtable event. The event aimed to better understand how cultural differences affect how people with EAL receive information on Restorative Justice as well as access, participate in and take ownership of the restorative process.
Project Articulate – Insights from Roundtable on 3rd December 2020
Whilst language barriers are a big issue for many people trying to access the criminal justice system, it is also important to look at the impact of religion and culture. We held our first roundtable event on the 3rd of December 2020 to examine this topic.