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Add to Calendar 2021-02-10 11:00:00 2021-02-10 12:00:00 Towards Justice: Insights into Truth and Reconciliation This is the second webinar of three public webinars we are hosting in the lead-up to the 2021 Cumberland Lodge Police Conference on ‘Towards Justice: Law Enforcement & Reconciliation’. It takes the format of a conversation between Jonathan Powell, CEO of Inter Mediate and former Chief Negotiator on Northern Ireland, and Assistant Chief Constable Kerrin Wilson QPM from Lincolnshire Constabulary.  Join us on Wednesday 10 February 2021 at 11.00am to watch it live. You will also have the chance to submit questions to our guests via our Q&A session on Zoom. Towards Justice project Towards Justice: Law Enforcement & Reconciliation is a nine-month project exploring criminal justice approaches to addressing historical wrongs in the UK; in particular, the role of the police in promoting successful and enduring reconciliation and supporting the pursuit of wider social justice. We are launching this project with three webinars to set the scene for our summer conference, which will lead to the publication of a summary report with recommendations for policymakers and policing and criminal justice practitioners. What will we be discussing? There are several ways to examine past harms, including public inquiries, criminal charges, transitional justice or truth and reconciliation. This webinar provides a platform for a candid discussion on truth commissions and reconciliation. We turn to the case study of Northern Ireland and we examine how it confronts its troubled past and revisits past crimes and large-scale disruption. In particular, we examine the role of police organisations in rebuilding trust in justice and the state, and the various challenges involved. Watching live This discussion is open to everyone, and supported by our charitable funds. You can join this webinar on Zoom and take part in the live Q&A with our guest panellists, by registering in advance using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5QMxN3Y1Q9W_0-oG_TAPtQ After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with details of how to join the live discussion.  If you prefer to join without registering, or you want to watch the webinar at a later date, you can watch it on this webpage or our Facebook page, and we will also be taking live questions via Twitter and Facebook. Save the date Please save the date and join us for the next of our public webinars in the lead-up to the June 2021 residential conference at Cumberland Lodge, Towards Justice: Law Enforcement & Reconciliation. Victim Perspectives on Past Injustices - Thursday 25 February 2021, 11.00am GMT On demand If you miss any of our webinars, or would like to watch or listen to them again, we publish audio and video recordings on the Read, Watch, Listen pages of this website, shortly after each event. The audio versions can also be found on our SoundCloud channel and all the main podcasting platforms if you search for 'Cumberland Lodge'. The first webinar in this series of three in the run-up to our June 2021 Cumberland Lodge Police Conference is: Responding to Past Harms - Wednesday 27 January 2021 Supporting our work This webinar is free to attend. Like all charities, Cumberland Lodge is facing difficult times during the current pandemic. If you would like to support our work, please consider making a small donation. You can do so online, via our JustGiving page here. Our stunning facilities in the heart of Windsor Great Park are also available to hire for conferences, meetings, retreats and special events, or as a film location. Every event booking helps to support our charitable work, promoting progress towards more peaceful, open and inclusive societies. Online (virtual event) info@cumberlandlodge.org.uk Europe/London public
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This is the second webinar of three public webinars we are hosting in the lead-up to the 2021 Cumberland Lodge Police Conference on ‘Towards Justice: Law Enforcement & Reconciliation’.

It takes the format of a conversation between Jonathan Powell, CEO of Inter Mediate and former Chief Negotiator on Northern Ireland, and Assistant Chief Constable Kerrin Wilson QPM from Lincolnshire Constabulary. 

Join us on Wednesday 10 February 2021 at 11.00am to watch it live. You will also have the chance to submit questions to our guests via our Q&A session on Zoom.

Towards Justice project

Towards Justice: Law Enforcement & Reconciliation is a nine-month project exploring criminal justice approaches to addressing historical wrongs in the UK; in particular, the role of the police in promoting successful and enduring reconciliation and supporting the pursuit of wider social justice.

We are launching this project with three webinars to set the scene for our summer conference, which will lead to the publication of a summary report with recommendations for policymakers and policing and criminal justice practitioners.

What will we be discussing?

There are several ways to examine past harms, including public inquiries, criminal charges, transitional justice or truth and reconciliation. This webinar provides a platform for a candid discussion on truth commissions and reconciliation.

We turn to the case study of Northern Ireland and we examine how it confronts its troubled past and revisits past crimes and large-scale disruption. In particular, we examine the role of police organisations in rebuilding trust in justice and the state, and the various challenges involved.

Watching live

This discussion is open to everyone, and supported by our charitable funds. You can join this webinar on Zoom and take part in the live Q&A with our guest panellists, by registering in advance using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_5QMxN3Y1Q9W_0-oG_TAPtQ

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with details of how to join the live discussion. 

If you prefer to join without registering, or you want to watch the webinar at a later date, you can watch it on this webpage or our Facebook page, and we will also be taking live questions via Twitter and Facebook.

Save the date

Please save the date and join us for the next of our public webinars in the lead-up to the June 2021 residential conference at Cumberland Lodge, Towards Justice: Law Enforcement & Reconciliation.

On demand

If you miss any of our webinars, or would like to watch or listen to them again, we publish audio and video recordings on the Read, Watch, Listen pages of this website, shortly after each event. The audio versions can also be found on our SoundCloud channel and all the main podcasting platforms if you search for 'Cumberland Lodge'.

The first webinar in this series of three in the run-up to our June 2021 Cumberland Lodge Police Conference is:

Supporting our work

This webinar is free to attend. Like all charities, Cumberland Lodge is facing difficult times during the current pandemic. If you would like to support our work, please consider making a small donation. You can do so online, via our JustGiving page here.

Our stunning facilities in the heart of Windsor Great Park are also available to hire for conferences, meetings, retreats and special events, or as a film location. Every event booking helps to support our charitable work, promoting progress towards more peaceful, open and inclusive societies.

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