Lectureship in restorative justice - New Zealand

Applications are invited for a two-year fixed term lectureship in restorative justice practice with the Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice, in the School of Government at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, commencing first semester 2016.

Applicants should hold a hold a PhD (or equivalent) in a relevant discipline with a focus on some dimension of restorative justice theory and practice, or a closely related area, and preferably has involved empirical research and analysis.

For more information, please see the attachment.

The Unforgotten: An Evening of Remembrance

For this year's remembrance day Union Chapel, London will be commemorating refugees of war with an evening of music, dance and poetry including:

*Contemporary dance troupe Great Minds Think Alike
*Spoken word poetry from RnB artist Reload
*An experimental organ and electronic light
*Music from Singer/songwriter, Kerst
*Songs from Union Chapel choir
*And a photographic exhibition from the F8 Collective, featuring images of the current refugee crisis

All donations will go to CalAid a charity supporting those living in the refugee camps in Calais.

Urban Expression seeks new team members

Urban Expression, a member of the Anabaptist Network of Organisations, is looking for people willing to move into urban communities to join their teams. Those who join will continue with their careers or find local jobs, and will commit to stay for at least three years in the local neighbourhood.

Urban Expression currently has teams in London, Birmingham, Bristol, South Wales, Stoke, Ellesmere Port, Manchester, Nottingham and Brighton. There are vacancies in teams in several locations: please ask for details by contacting enquiries@urbanexpression.org.uk.

The Heart of Anabaptism

The 2015-16 webinars organized by the Centre for Anabaptist Studies will explore the 7 core convictions of the UK Anabaptist Network. These summarise the heart of Anabaptism and its contemporary significance. They are also at the heart of the book The Naked Anabaptist.

We have invited 7 people from different contexts (the UK, South Africa, Australia and North America) to reflect on these convictions, critique them and ask how they work out in practice.

New Anabaptist Group in Ireland

A new Anabaptist group is meeting in Ireland. The first meeting is on Wednesday 9 September at 730pm in the Centre for Contemporary Christianity, 3rd Floor, 21 Ormeau Avenue, Belfast BT2 8HD.

For further details, contact Gordon McDade: gmcdade@btinternet.com.

Webinar recordings

Recordings of the six webinars presented in the series 'The Opportunities and Challenges of Post-Christendom' are now available. Information can be found at http://www.anabaptistnetwork.com/node/734.

Plans are developing for a further series of webinars from October 2016. If you would like information about these, please contact anabaptist@bristol-baptist.ac.uk.

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