Links and posts relevant to practitioners and advocates of RJ

The impact of teaching with Restorative Justice Circle process.

 I attended the first National Restorative Justice Conference in 2007.  A small gathering happened at breakfast for those teaching Restorative Justice.  I "crashed" and met Don Haldeman, who shared his…

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Restorative Justice Circles affirming worth and remove defenses.

In a discussion about civility, someone used the phase "pre-judge".  Reflecting upon the shortcoming of making assumptions about other people.  I started thinking about the difference between judging and pre-judging. …

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A “do not miss” training opportunity! Restorative Justice addressing bully behavior.

My friend Nancy has been hosting week-long sessions in school-based Restorative Justice/Restorative Measures.  I have helped her out the last few years.  The finale of the week is the Circle…

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A few favorite readings and some Restorative Justice Circle questions.

Life is a Sacred Journey   By: Carolyn Joy Adams Your life is a sacred journey and it is about to change, Growth, discovery, movement, transformation, Continuously expanding your vision of…

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Restorative Justice Circle training, for keepers and practitioners.

Attached is a 2 page pdf - highlighting some of the training responses and goals.  This also includes an easy to use registration form. SCVRJP Circle Trainings 2011 Sessions are…

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Silly builds self-confidence, leaders need to learn how to get others to be a little silly.

Acting a little goofy, comes naturally to me.  I like to make people laugh.  I'm not afraid to tell really bad jokes.  The kinds that get a sarcastic or half-hearted…

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