Ulster University Belfast Campus
25th March: 2.10pm – 3.00pm

Building sustainable future communities with young people.

Young people are making their way in times which feel unsettled, and are miles away from the experiences of their parents and grandparents. Facing issues with education, addiction, criminalisation and threats and violence from armed groups, to name just a few, how can young people’s ideas and wishes be better incorporated into the solutions to the problems they face? Actions which focus on building and repairing the relationships important to young people, called restorative practices, have become increasingly important to work with young people in overcoming some the challenges in their communities. This interactive workshop explores ideas around young people, restorative practices and sustainable development.

futureproof

presented by Ulster University

In a fast-changing world, learn how the social sciences are keeping up with the latest social, cultural and technological transformations, and our ground-breaking work which helps shapes the way we live and understand the world around us. Join staff and students from Ulster University to learn more about the issues affecting your future and discuss with our researchers how best to understand our volatile world. This afternoon programme will involve a range of events exploring the future of social research.
Monday 25th March – 1.00pm – 6.00pm.

NB. Participants must register individually for futureproof events as places are limited.

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Monday 25th March
2.10pm-3.00pm
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Ulster University Belfast Campus, BT15 1ED
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admission

This event is free

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