Antioch College and CEO (Community Empowerment Organization) will host a two-day conference in two locations in Yellow Springs, OH.
June 1, 2018, 7:30PM
June 2, 2018, 9:00AM
Five professionals in their fields will speak on their work
with survivors of sexual assault and domestic
violence and discuss the role of restorativepractices
in deepening healing and closure for victims.
Kaaren M. Wlliamsen Ph.D.: Director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness Center at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Joan Pennell: Founding Director of the Center of Family and Community Engagement and Professor of Social Work at North Carolina State University.
Duke Fisher: Lead trainer at Learning Labs, Inc. and Skidmore College Project onRestorative Justice. He is a New York State Certified Mediation Trainer and past Director of the Dispute Resolution Center for Delaware and Chenango Counties.
Raymond TeKorako Ruka: Maori elder and priest of Waitaha, speaker on peace.
Richard Biehl: Director and Chief of Police, Dayton Police Department (Friday night only)
Friday Opening Night is free - all are welcome to join the circle. Tickets are required for the Saturday session.
Cost: $195 or $165 for National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ) members. To become a member of NACRJ, click HERE.
For more information about the conference please contact Jennifer Berman, (937)971-8477.