Presenter application

RJ World 2022, from April 23-30, 2022, will bring together people from restorative initiatives across the world. Presenters can pre-record presentations and participate in live Zoom panels and share them to the eConference website to be viewed throughout the duration of the conference. 

  • We encourage presentations from all countries and fields. The RJ World website will have space for dozens of presentations, so if you have something significant to say, we want to hear it!
  • Duration of your presentation should be 30-40 minutes
  • Read the FAQ for presenters
  • All approved presenters will receive admission saving of over 75%.
  • Your video presentation will remain your property on your Youtube or Vimeo account.
  • If you are presenting as a team, please apply individually if you all wish to have your own photo, bio and topic publicised.

Plan your presentation to fit one of our Living Justice streams

STREAM 1: HATCHING

Starting out in RJ? Prepare, plant, nurture and grow! You have encountered the holistic paradigms of restorative justice and are beginning to plan your local initiative. Our presenters will bring their learnings from career experience and will prepare you for a sustainable, relational evolution in your organisation, school or community. Video and live presenters will explain how to refine your restorative DNA, survive the growing pains, and nurture your initiative to fruition.

STREAM 2: GROWTH

Practitioners! Refine your restorative processes and techniques while living out the values with your team. Tune in to the rhythms of the deeper restorative journey. Turn on to new research in neuroscience, culture, trauma, sociology, leadership, self care and innovation. Living justice, fuelled by international learnings, transcends abstract processes and programs to invigorate your group culture and personal resilience.

STREAM 3: ECOSYSTEMS

Policy, innovation and influence. Engage communities and institutions with the big picture. Living justice is responding to new challenges – environmental crimes, sexual violence, employee disputes, disability, neurodivergence and hate crimes – adapting to diverse countries and cultures. Hear how thought leaders are transforming communities, institutions, governments and systems using sustainable, relational synergies.