Restorative justice and media education: Forces against gender-based youth violence

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To cite this ebook: Gavrielides, T. (2022). Restorative justice and media education: Forces against gender-based youth violence, London: RJ4All Publications. ISBN 978-1-911634-51-5.

Authors: Chance for Change partnership

Editor: Dr. Theo Gavrielides

Foreword: Prof. Dr. Howard Williamson


Gender-based youth violence is an everyday phenomenon in young peoples’ lives across Europe. Post the COVID19 pandemic, the lockdowns and its socio-economic impacts the rates of gender-based violence and domestic violence have increased. Educators and youth workers independently of location need new tools to deal with these challenges. This ebook aims to address this gap.

This ebook includes chapters in English, Greek, Spanish, Italian and French presenting the results of the Erasmus+ project “Chance for Change: Empowerment & Restoration” (C4C).

C4C was coordinated by the Restorative Justice for All International Institute (RJ4All) and was put together to help root out GBV among youth and help all those working in youth settings to identify and prevent this phenomenon. As one of the world’s leading international expert on restorative justice, we wanted to pilot knew knowledge and tools using the restorative ethos and practice.

C4C and this ebook were the result of RJ4All’s partnership with One Terrene International (OTI) from Cyprus, EPIMORFOTIKI KILKIS from Greece, ASAD Cooperativa Sociale from Italy and UNIVERSIDAD DE HUELVA from Spain.


“Youth work has a responsibility to address what is now referred to as ‘gender-based violence’ and it could do so through restorative practices that are in keeping with its core values … The inquiry that informs this book, and the e-courses and the competences framework that flows from it, is one important step in putting gender-based violence and restorative processes more firmly into the mind-set of youth work policy and practice”.

Prof. Dr. Howard Williamson CVO CBE FRSA FHEA (Professor of European Youth Policy at the University of South Wales and RJ4All non-executive director).

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