SOCIAL JUSTICE ; ANNUAL CONFERENCE Cape Town 5-6June 2019


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TIME 08:00 – 08:30

Day 1: 5 June 2019
SPEAKERS TOPICS

08:30 – 08:40 08:40 – 09:15 09:15 – 09:45 09:45 – 10:05 10:05 – 10:3510:35 – 11:0011:00 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:00 12:00 – 12:3012.30 to 14.0014:00 – 14:30 14:30 – 15:00 15:00 – 15:30 15:30 – 16:00

Mr Laurie Greyvenstein – Social Justice Foundation

Opening & welcome

16:00 – 16:10

Closing

16.15 – 19.00

Cocktail Event

SOCIAL JUSTICE FOUNDATION ANNUAL CAPE TOWN CONFERENCE PROGRAMME 2019

Key note speaker: Professor Julia Sloth-Nielsen

Seen and Heard? New Frontiers in Child Participation in Family Law Proceedings in South Africa, with reference to mediation
The Role of the Department of Social Development in the mediation of family disputes

Dr Suzette Moss – Department of Social Development – National Office

Ms Melany Hendricks – University of Stellenbosch / Stikland Psychiatric Hospital
Dr Charles Flaendorp – Department of Correctional Services

Exclusions to Confidentiality – An exploration of legislation on the mandatory reporting of child abuse in South Africa
Overview of restorative justice project utilized at the Dept of Correctional Services

TEA
Mr Jay Balkishun
– Rules Board for Courts of Law

TEA

Mr Laurie Greyvenstein – Social Justice FoundationMr Mike Batley – Restorative Justice Centre

Update and developments on Court-annexed Mediation in South Africa Transformation of the mediation Industry in South Africa
The vision of restorative justice

LUNCH
Dr Lynette Roux
– Clinical Psychologist & Chairperson of NABFAM

LUNCH

Mr Leon Hartwig – Family Foundations InternationalDr Zenobia Carolus – Social Justice Foundation

Perspectives on family preservation

Professor Brian Ganson – Africa Centre for Dispute SettlementDr Lynette Roux – NABFAM
Mr Laurie Greyvenstein – Social Justice Foundation
Mr Laurie Greyvenstein – Social Justice Foundation

Mediator’s dilemma: Mediation in South Africa – an unequal, deeply divided, transitional society
Panel discussion on the mediation landscape for private practitioners in South Africa

Registration and coffee

The Importance of Attachment Theory when designing Contact Schedules

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