This presentation will introduce participants to the principles of Restorative Justice and its potential to empower healthy relationships, repair harm while transforming conflict, and create just and equitable environments. It will explore how those who work with youth can create restorative cultures within their contexts so that when harm or conflict arise, they have established relationships of support for themselves and those they serve.
Join us for this experience and learn as we:
- Build a broad understanding of Restorative Justice as a theory and practice
- Integrate concepts of repairing harm, establishing healthy relationships and transforming conflict into your work culture
- Become empowered to apply new skills and ways of thinking in their interactions with youth and families you serve