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Real World Restorative Justice Webinars

A Project of the Zehr Institute

Spring 2014 Schedule

January 29:
The Power of Connection: Attachment Theory and the Practice of Restorative Justice with Annmarie Early

February 18:
A Critical Conversation with “The New Jim Crow” with Jacqueline Roebuck Sakho, Shiv Desai, and Nekima Levy-Pounds

March 19:
Possibility or Pipedream: A Restorative Social Justice Movement with Dana Greene

April 23:
The intersection of restorative justice and the arts, with Jane Golden and Robyn Buseman

May 14:
Topic: RJ & neuroscience, with Cheryl Talley
This webinar has been postponed; we hope to schedule it for Fall 2014.

All webinars will take place from 4:30-6:00 p.m. EST (GMT-5:00).

Fall 2013 Schedule

September 18:
Seeking Justice in Societies Transitioning from Violence with Beatrice Pouligny

October 23:
Restorative Justice and the Cultivation of Public Compassion with Chris Marshall

November 13:
Fambul Tok: Community Transitional Justice in Sierra Leone with John Caulker

December 4:
The Paradox of being an Indigenous Restorative Justice Practitioner with Harley Eagle

You can also view recordings of our 2012-2013 webinar series here!

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Frequently-asked questions

  • 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 $10. Check the registration link for exact registration fee. If you have a financial hardship, please to request a scholarship.
  • How do I register for a webinar? – Look for the “Register now!” link for each webinar.

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Time: All webinars will take place from 4:30-6:00 p.m. Eastern (US) Daylight Time (GMT-4:00).