"Decolonizing Restorative Justice: Repairing the first and second harms"
Restorative Justice on the Rise is inviting you to listen to a virtual panel from some of the "Colorizing Restorative Justice" authors who will discuss decolonizing RJ and acknowledging the harms of slavery and genocide. Copies of the book will be raffled.
You can register for this online event here.
Transformations 2022: Reversals and Resistance: Emergence and Imagination During Times of Crisis
Join Riverwise Magazine and the Wayne State Anthropoloigy Graduate Student Association for a conference geared towards bridging understandings between academic and community-based research, actisivm, and action to uncover understandings about the current state of our world and the solutions we need to envision and enact more just future.
April 7 - 8th, 2022
11th Annual World Mediation Conference
"Current Conflicts of Humanity: New Challenges for Mediation"
This Conference is taking place in a special context, not only because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but also because of the significant challenges that humanity faces and will face. In the coming decades, societies will have to face various challenges, rooted in the social transformations we are currently experiencing, such as climate crisis, the health crisis, intra-state armed conflicts, gender and racial gaps, growing social inequalities, migration flows, the breakdown of representative democracy, new forms of mobilization and demands (including the use of social media) and radicalization (political and religious extremism), digital turn, etc.
It is in this context that the 11th WMF Conference proposes to discuss, in the framework of three round tables, the potential of mediation to constitute a constructive and adapted response to these conflicts and deep changes. You can learn more about the conference here.
March 14 - 17th, 2022
Online - Register here
8th National Association of Community and Restorative Justice (NACRJ) Conference
"The Gathering: Real Transformation. The Time is NOW. How do we get there TOGETHER?"
Together we will creatively share new and traditional ways to weave restorative justice philosophy and practices into all aspects of our world: personal, interpersonal, community, systemic and structural. Help us rethink the meaning of “justice”; promote anti-racist laws, policies, and practices; seek equitable recovery from the pandemic, and, work toward safe, just, equitable and livable communities.
July 6th - 9 th, 2022
In-person - Register here