Services

A FGC is a process led by family members to plan and make decisions for a child who is at risk. Children/young people and vulnerable adults are normally involved in their own FGC, although often with support from an advocate. Read More…

Shuttle Conferencing is the same as FGC, but we use this way of working if we have to protect a person due to domestic violence and /or extreme conflict and if court restriction orders have been placed. Read More…

Community conferencing aims to bring together everyone in a community that is affected by a conflict. A trained facilitator will help key people to look at how the problem is affecting those involved and how to negotiate long-lasting solutions. Read More…

Restorative FGCs have been successfully used for many years in a variety of settings, including schools, workplaces, social housing, in communities, and within the criminal justice system. Read More…

Restorative processes bring those harmed by crime or conflict, and those responsible for the harm, into communication, enabling everyone affected by a particular incident to play a part in repairing the harm and finding a positive way forward. Read More…

For most people, making their own decisions and choices, is a matter of some considerable importance. However, a number of barriers can prevent people from actively taking part in decisions which affect their lives and can affect an individual’s ability to speak up for themselves. Read More…

Mediation aims to bring people together who are in dispute to sit down together with an independent and impartial third-party, the mediator, and make arrangements for their future quickly, cheaply and without having to go to court. Read More…

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