This International Restorative Justice Conference will bring together researchers, policy-makers and practitioners to share the difference a restorative approach makes and consider its potential to reveal and address the complex and relational nature of some of our greatest problems and challenges.
June 28 to 30, 2018
Dudley H. Davis Conference Center
You can be a part of this important learning opportunity including a rich blend of hands-on learning through workshops, panels, presentations and keynote addresses. The conference will focus on three areas that reflect the levels of relationship that are so interconnected and central to building a better world:
- Environmental Justice
- Addressing harm and conflict
- Building safe, healthy and inclusive communities
Breakout sessions and workshops include:
- Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation in Higher Education: The Complex Web of Campus Sexual Assault Policy in the United States and a Restorative Alternative
- Restoring Community through Local Environmental Disputes
- Examining Whiteness Through Restorative Practices
- Legislating for a Restorative City—Potential and Pitfalls, an Example from Canberra, Australia
- A National Portrait of Restorative Justice Approaches to Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: Preliminary Findings from the United States
- Using Restorative Practice to Restore Hope and Trust in Healthcare Relationships
- When the Government is the Perpetrator: The Use of Restorative Justice Circles To Bring Healing in Cases of Murder and Execution and When the State Offends: Restorative Justice and the Wrongly Convicted
- Measures of Success for Restorative Interventions: Moving Beyond Traditional Performance Measures
- The Feminist & the Sex Offender: Building alliances, ending violence
- Restorative Bureaucracy - an Oxymoron? Exploring internal and External Applications of Restorative Justice in Government, and more....
The cost to attend is $468 for individuals and $260 for students. Day rates are also available.