[Currentcse] Fw: REGISTER TODAY! Free Restorative Justice Workshops, September 1 & 2, 2017

Hutchinson, Theodore hutchint at ohio.edu
Tue Aug 29 15:03:53 EDT 2017


I thought some of you might have a deep interest in a free workshop this weekend (either a quick overview, or one more in depth) at the Athens' Public Library. See below.


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Theo Jansen Hutchinson, Ph.D., Associate Professor
Critical Studies in Educational Foundations, Program Coordinator
Director, Undergraduate Diversity Studies Certificate
McCracken Hall 302X, Ohio University
Athens, OH  45701
Email: hutchint at ohio.edu
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From: Appalachian Peace and Justice Network <apjnnn at gmail.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 11:15 AM
Subject: REGISTER TODAY! Free Restorative Justice Workshops, September 1 & 2, 2017

Flier is attached.

Restorative Justice workshops for conflict resolution professionals, school administrators, educators, juvenile justice advocates, youth workers, and social service providers.

1.5 Hour Restorative Justice Exposure Workshop
Friday, September 1, 2017
3-4:30/Athens Public Library Meeting Room

New to Restorative Justice? Curious to understand what it's about? In this workshop, participants will learn what Restorative Justice is, where it came from, where it is going, and how it could benefit your work, organization, and community.

5 Hour Restorative Justice Grounding Workshop
Saturday, September 2, 2017
10-12:30 & 1:30-4/Athens Public Library Meeting Room

Do you have prior exposure to Restorative Justice and want to take the next steps in understanding it deeper and integrating it into your work, organization, or community?  In this interactive workshop, participants will learn and experience key Restorative Justice principles and practices. Both during and following the workshop, participants will receive technical support in developing and implementing Restorative Justice action plans.


Restorative Justice Background

Restorative Justice is a community-based approach to building community and responding to harm that echoes many indigenous traditions. It is a empathy-based, relationship-centered, and non-punitive philosophy that is put into action through facilitated group processes such as circles and conferences. Throughout the U.S. and globally, Restorative Justice is flourishing in schools, criminal justice systems, social service agencies, youth organizations, and families as a cost-saving substitute or complement to existing systems that are based on coercion and fear. As such, Restorative Justice has been shown to be an effective response to zero tolerance, the school-to-prison pipeline, disproportionate minority impact, mass incarceration, social isolation, and community-level conflict.

For an overview of Restorative Justice both in and outside the global criminal justice system, see the Center for Justice and Reconciliation's website<http://restorativejustice.org/restorative-justice/>.

When Suspensions Weren't Working, this High School Opted for a new Approach<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=0013E92qX3kIBnsfGUycnDeQ3cAcc0aOZXn-5aHacrkR5rzOGi7TXGmdN-Bp_x-D9IC-5-sJu8tbbIlegBxqhxZDpr4msanV6TSC0ebTs2-112CscKcad3e6BfCBf382qb0q10Rngy-DMUGOil1yQqJuodwBmhdw79FJtgjZ52z3zYZqGTxil4D1CKomdaGjjy-ZUl1fn0ZcUYP1k-6BXsy1oeEOWWHTzQAjzs9OyphdWbRwxpf_zN5CMcOvKazrGwJYzoyNhC9mfKQiKcyr2e5ndvpGnMSjXhCgDqrkbbeHzPet4r65qhpGxLhHA5Qitnhm_I56nPTTjXvLKS1apCERNY_kW6dYMI65MK9jsojgqIWhbKwEmqYmHm7eM48YRQMWDCnIj7ip8M=&c=4PgFyMer7mTRxT6yw0LNSyloZOvA4HX6ollEJCM8pch4yV4DsrFSkg==&ch=YWmuc_Eh7A4aW4WhM0cPoMnVUiVrDVOhJqP5YC2bPopGttzA9rhQWw==>, Washington Post (Aug. 23, 2016) with reference to restorative justice efforts at one of our partner schools in DC, Ballou High School

Can Forgiveness Play a Role in Criminal Justice<http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/06/magazine/can-forgiveness-play-a-role-in-criminal-justice.html>, New York Times (Jan. 4, 2013)


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Mara Giglio
Director and Trainer
The Appalachian Peace and Justice Network
18 N College St
Athens, OH 45701
740-592-2608
apjn.org<http://apjn.org>
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