Real World Restorative Justice Webinars
A Project of the Zehr Institute
Co-sponsored by Coming to the Table, a racial reconciliation organization affiliated with EMU, and co-hosted by the Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice and MA in Education Department at EMU.
But That Teacher Doesn’t Like Me: The Importance of a Relational Pedagogy with Dorothy Vaandering, Ph.D. (Memorial University in Newfoundland) and Brenda Morrison, Ph.D. (Simon Fraser University in Vancouver)
Student-led Restorative Justice in Fairfax County (VA)
with Kristin Myers and Sophia Moses (student facilitators), Dr. Shawn Stickler (faculty advisor), Vickie Shoap (FCPS RJ specialist)
Restorative Justice in Education: Learning From Students
with Anita Wadhwa (recording available!)
Restorative Justice in Schools: The Power to Heal and Educate
with Dennis Gingrich (recording available!)
Finding Partnership: Community and police in pursuit of restorative justice
with Jennifer Larson Sawin (recording available!)
Restorative justice and victims: Reflections from a survivor and practitioner with Ellen Halbert (recording available!)
Webinars are consistently being scheduled, so check back here or sign up for our email announcements above to stay informed!
Opportunity and Danger: Implementing RJ in Existing Systems with Catherine Bargen, Aaron Lyons and Matthew Hartman
Preparing Restorative Justice Educators: A Discussion of Effective Models with Fania Davis and Kathy Evans
Integrating Customary Practice and Restorative Justice in Libya with Najla Mangoush
Restorative Justice by Design: Using restorative justice values to design transformative spaces with Barb Toews and Deanna Van Buren
- I’m local. Can I view these on campus? – No. While the facilitators will be leading the webinars from Harrisonburg, the guest speakers are located all over the U.S. There is no way to view the webinar other than from your computer.
- Due to my work schedule/time zone/other commitments, I can’t make the webinar. Will it be posted later? – Yes. Check here or CJP’s Facebook page for links.
- What is the cost for these webinars? Upcoming webinars are free. Check the registration link for exact registration fee.
- How do I register for a webinar? – Look for the “Register now!” link for each webinar.
Instructions on what to do before the webinar (and known issues) are here.
Time: All webinars will take place from 4:30-6:00 p.m. Eastern (US) Daylight/Standard Time (GMT-4:00).