Bring together those impacted to resolve conflict
Incidents of conflict, wrongdoing, and harm occur everywhere, every day in schools, workplaces, college campuses, neighborhoods, and families. The restorative justice conference provides a way to engage with those who cause and experience harm, along with the related community.
Restorative Justice Conferencing covers the fundamentals of facilitating a formal conference in response to an incident of wrongdoing or harm. You will then be able to utilize those skills to create deeper interpersonal understanding and repair relationships among those involved or affected by such an incident.
K-16 teachers, staff, and administrators, members of the criminal justice field, and other organizations. This experience is applicable to other audiences, but examples used come from school and criminal justice settings.
- Online: Two consecutive 4.5-hour days of live instruction.
(2 hours of pre-work required prior to each session.)
- In Person: Two consecutive 6.5-hour days of live instruction.
In conjunction with Restorative Practices for Educators, this event can be applied to the blended RP 500 Basic Restorative Practices course at the IIRP Graduate School.
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