The MDRJN's mission is to respond to the need for alternative pathways to justice in Detroit. We work to educate and promote dialogue about the concepts of restorative and transformative justice and to facilitate the development of restorative justice practices in our community.
Our broad mission is to create community-led and community-based mechanisms of safety, accountability, and empowerment by supporting the cultivation of a community that is rooted in the principles and values of restorative practices.
Your support and contributions will support our programming initiatives. The MDRJN is a project of and is financially supported by, the Detroit Justice Center, which is a 501(c)3 organization. All donations to the MDRJN will go through the Detroit Justice Center, and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.
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We seek members with experience in community organizing and restorative practices/community mediation or conflict resolution to support our work across community-based training, legislation advocacy, and community-driven research.
Applications are open now!