Organised in association with the Law School, Strathclyde, this event took place on the evening of Wednesday March 22nd 2017 at the McCance Lecture Theatre Strathclyde campus starting at 6pm.  It asked 'does RJ have a role in responding to sexual violence?'

The key contributors to this dialogue were:  Professor Clare McGlynn of Durham University, an expert in the legal regulation of pornography, image-based sexual abuse (including ‘revenge pornography’) and RJ and sexual violence; Katy Mathieson, Coordinator for the Scottish Women's Rights Centre; and Marie Keenan is a systemic and forensic psychotherapist and lecturer at University College Dublin whose research interests focus on sexual trauma and abuse and on restorative and transformative justice. 

The event was convened by Sarah Armstrong, Director of the Scottish Centre for Crime and Criminal Justice Research.

Read a post on this event on the SCCJR blog by Shona Craven.

Read what participants said in our Postcards report 2