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RJ4ALL Rotherhithe Community Centre

Restorative Justice for All (RJ4All) is a charitable, user-led international institute that was set up in 2013 by Theo Gavrielides with a mission to address poverty and advance community cohesion and human rights. They redistribute power in a more equal way by delivering social justice and poverty relief projects, educational programmes, intercultural dialogue, internships and high quality volunteering opportunities to the most marginalised groups of society. They do this by using the power of education, sports and art, as well as the practices and values of restorative justice including power sharing, fairness, equality, dignity and respect.  


RJ4All has three additional arms: RJ4All Publications (publishing arm), RJ4All Sports (fitness arm) and RJ4All ecourses (training arm). RJ4All is also the manager of the RJ4All Rotherhithe Community Centre, which has become a hub of community empowerment and cohesion aiming to develop the first restorative postcode in the world. It offers a food-bank, a community fridge, free sport classes, a community library, the COVID19 programme and educational workshops to children, young people and professionals. It is also a safe place for anyone who wants to pop in for a coffee, use our facilities or just chat with our interns, volunteers and team.


30 Plough Way
SE16 2LJ
United Kingdom

Age range
11 to 13
14 to 16
16 to 19
Opening hours
Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5.30pm

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