Leeds: Towards a Restorative City

Author/s Nigel Richardson
Publishing Year 2016 Issue 2016/1
Language English Pages 7 P. 74-80 File size 78 KB
DOI 10.3280/MG2016-001009
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Leeds is a large city in the north of England. Over the past five years, the city has had a bold ambition to be the best city for children to grow up in. That is articulated in the aspiration to be a child friendly city. An important aspect of this ambition is that in Children’s Services and now across the council, we have introduced the concept of restorative practice - a focus on high support and high challenge. This paper explores the journey of how this was introduced to Leeds and outlines some of the success we have seen.

Keywords: Leeds, restorative, child-friendly, high support, high challenge

Nigel Richardson, Leeds: Towards a Restorative City in "MINORIGIUSTIZIA" 1/2016, pp 74-80, DOI: 10.3280/MG2016-001009