Course Code: REJU 002 S24R70
Location: tiwšɛmawtxw (Powell River)
Course dates: Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17 | 9 am to 5 pm
Are you curious about conflict de-escalation and resolution? With a focus on accountability, safety and healing, Restorative Justice is an effective approach. The process is often used as an alternative to court. It can also be used in schools, workplaces and in personal relationships.
Restorative Justice is a philosophy and a set of practices that sees conflict and crime as harm done to people, relationships and community. It seeks to empower those impacted by conflict and crime to make decisions about the response instead of relying on institutions like courts to heal the harm.
This course is an introduction to Restorative Justice process and theory. It serves as an introduction to the more comprehensive Restorative Justice Caseworker course.
- Restorative Justice
- Safety and suitability in Restorative Justice
- Power dynamics in conflict
- Trauma-informed and Victim-centered Restorative Justice