IIRP President Dr. John Bailie and Provost Dr. Craig Adamson published a new research article about "transformative graduate education,” plus much more.

sept featured news1* IIRP President Dr. John Bailie and Provost Dr. Craig Adamson published a new research article, “Transformative graduate education through the use of restorative practices,” in the journal, New Directions for Teaching & Learning, on key findings from two recent studies that examine transformative learning experiences in a restorative practices-based graduate program at the IIRP.

* IIRP Europe has been awarded the Restorative Justice Council (RJC) Training Provider Quality Mark (TPQM), verifying that all IIRP Europe trainings meet national standards for “quality restorative practice.”

* IIRP Lecturer Borbála Fellegi, of Hungary, writes of her firsthand experience with the history of research in restorative justice, and stresses its importance to the growth of the field, BorbalaFellegi photo 130x130in Restorative Justice: An International Journal.

* Sign up for a webinar, “Addressing hateful speech and polarization in our communities and schools,” October 4, 4-5 p.m., which will be led by Rev. Paul Langston-Daley (IIRP ’08), Sr. Program Leader for Justice-building, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, and feature IIRP President Dr. Sept feature news3John Bailie.

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