Conversation with Robert Burton-Harris
Thursday, August 11, 2022, 7 pm, the Dispute Resolution Center and Friends of Restorative Justice will host a conversation with Robert-Burton Harris. This is the second event in the “A Case for Restorative Justice” Education Series. You must register here for this Zoom webinar. Do not use the link in the flyer.
Restorative Justice Training in West Michigan
The Dispute Resolution Center of West Michigan (DRCWM) is hosting a Restorative Practices Training event at Wyoming Public Schools.
You can attend 2-day or 4-day Restorative Practices courses on July 25-28th. DRCWM is committed to making this course accessible to all regardless of ability to pay. If the cost of the training is a barrier, please reach out to the DRCWM and they will work with you.
This in-person learning opportunity is expected to be an engaging and important professional development opportunity with trainers with hundreds of hours of experience facilitating within the community. Increase and sharpen your skills to build and repair relationships though restorative communication, impromptu conversations, restorative circles, and restorative justice conferencing. Build Connections where you are: home, community, schools, criminal justice system, Be the Change!
You can sign up for the course here. For more information, please visit DRCWM.org, email email@example.com or call 616-774-0121.
Wyoming Public Schools
3575 Gladiola Ave.
Wyoming, MI 49519
Washtenaw County Prosecutor Restorative Justice Policy Is Live
The Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office, in partnership with the Dispute Resolution Center, today announced the creation of a robust, survivor-centered restorative-justice program. Under the program, crime survivors will be given a choice as to whether they want a case to proceed through the traditional criminal legal system—or whether they want to opt for restorative justice as an alternative.
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