Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice has roots in the criminal justice arena. Restorative Justice is an approach that repairs harms done by crime. It is best accomplished through processes creating space for the direct voice of all impacted by crime. It allows all stakeholders impacted by crime to work collaboratively to address harms and create accountability and make amends for those harms. These processes lead to transformation of people, relationships and communities. Many Restorative Justice practices have emerged where these principles are applied in contexts outside the criminal justice system. The concepts, values and practices, and philosophy of restorative justice used in other contexts create and catalyze the same powerful realization of transformation.

Learn the basics of Restorative Justice. This course introduces the principles, components, programs, and processes. Participants explore how Restorative Justice is different from traditional models of addressing crime, harm, or conflict.

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Restorative Justice 101

Time Varies

Cost -Dependent on Timeframe

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This course is an introduction to Restorative Justice. Time frame can vary based on expectations of participants.

Some of the topic covered:

  • Elements of Restorative Justice

  • Restorative Justice programs

  • Restorative Justice processes


How can the principles of Restorative Justice in the criminal justice field be implemented and used in other context? Restorative Justice is being used in a wide variety of contexts; outside the justice system, like in education, nonprofits, businesses, and more.This course introduces the principles, components, programs, and processes. Then explores how to incorporate those elements into other arenas for the same transformative power.

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Restorative Practices

This course is an introduction to Restorative Justice and explores the important elements that would be relevant in other contests.

Some of the topic covered:

  • Philosophy of Restorative Justice

  • Elements of Restorative Justice

  • Restorative Justice processes

 

Time Varies

Cost -Dependent on Timeframe

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Restorative Justice Circles provide a powerful opportunity to deepen our dialogue. In Circle, we share ideas and issues that matter to us. We can sit together and face even the most difficult or painful experiences in a way that allows our better selves to emerge. Circles are used to impact families, students, the workplace, activists, organizers, government, community members, the faith community, people celebrating or in crisis, and more.

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BAsic Circle Training

16-hour course

Cost - $150 per person

participant limit - 20

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This course is an introduction to Restorative Justice and Circles. Participants will learn how to structure and facilitate basic Circles.

Some of the topics, tools, and skills taught include:

  • Understanding elements of restorative justice

  • Circle process and structure

  • Facilitation techniques

  • Power of questions


This training builds on concepts learned in Basic Circle Training. Participants will learn how to facilitate more complex issues and conflicts. This course will empower leaders to address a variety of conflicts and complex issues. A few examples:

  • Navigating politically polarized issues

  • Addressing internal conflict in families, work, and organizations.

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advanced Circle Training

16-hour course

Cost - $150 per person

participant limit - 20

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Some of the topics, tools, and skills taught include:

  • Conflict Circle facilitation

  • Arriving at consensus

  • Preparation techniques for high conflict or extremely polarized topics or groups

  • Understanding the impact of trauma and harm

  • Victimology


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