(Recorded September 15, 2015). View this recorded webinar at your convenience.
Elaine Enns presented an overview of the basic principles and theory that guide practices of Restorative Justice by: examining the beginnings of the contemporary North American movement and the recovery of ancient practices of Indigenous justice; exploring a spectrum of Restorative Justice practices; and looking at two testimonies from an offender and victim’s perspective (Joe Avila of Prison Fellowship and Rev. Myrna Bethke of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows.)
This webinar forms part of the second module of BIO – Bartimaeus Institute Online: BIO-A02 Introduction to Restorative Justice.
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