Webinar: The Paradox of being an Indigenous Restorative Justice Practitioner
Harley Eagle will provide his perspective on restorative justice based on his cultural and personal experience as a practitioner. He will also speak on the impact of unresolved historical trauma and its effects on conflict in Indigenous settings as well as what it might mean for Restorative Justice.
Harley Eagle is of the Dakota/Anishinabe First Nations, enrolled in the Wapaha Ska Dakota First Nations Reserve, in Saskatchewan, Canada. He is the co-coordinator of Indigenous Work for Mennonite Central Committee Canada and serves as the co-chair of the KAIROS Indigenous Rights Circle. Harley has been a long time practitioner of Restorative Justice and conflict management assisting individuals and groups to work through conflict and designs workshops that strive to recall and reclaim Indigenous understandings and life. Further, Harley is a dismantling racism trainer/facilitator. Harley is often invited to present nationally and internationally at various conferences and organization about issues pertaining to his work. He holds a Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Management.
Howard Zehr will facilitate the webinar.
When: December 4, 2013, 4:30-6 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (United States)
Cost: $10 USD
This webinar is an initiative of the Zehr Institute at the Center for Justice & Peacebuilding.