In an impassioned op-ed piece over at NationofChange, Christopher Petrella paints a troubling picture of the state of corrections in the United States and the paths which… Read more about The ROI of RJ: Rehumanization
James Cavanaugh, a retired ATF executive, offers a good picture of the role of police in the #occupy movement in this op-ed piece posted to… Read more about The occupation of policing social movements
justice, n. Etymology: < Old French justise, -ice (jostise) uprightness, equity, vindication of right, administration of law, jurisdiction, court of justice, infliction of punishment, gallows,… Read more about Restorative Justice Revisits Punishment
Nearly three years ago, in the fall of 2008, I had just started the four-year saga known as “the dual-degree program” at EMU, between the… Read more about An Iowa boy teaching (and learning) peacebuilding in Ethiopia
The sixteenth annual Summer Peacebuilding Institute (SPI) at Eastern Mennonite University came to a successful conclusion on June 17th, just over a week ago. During… Read more about Summer Peacebuilding Institute: Working toward peace differently, in community
On behalf of the faculty, staff, alumni, and students of the Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP), I’d like to welcome you to… Read more about Welcome to the new Peacebuilder Online!