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Restorative Justice Symposium

Thursday, May 9 & Friday, May 10, 2013

Beth-El Mennonite Church

 

Shame and the implications for Restorative Justice, Howard Zehr, Center for Justice and Peacebuilding

The topic of shame has become a controversial issue in restorative justice. Shame occurs in the lives of those who have harmed, those that have been harmed, and in all of our lives. Restorative processes often give rise to shame, for example, as one begins to realize the harm she or he has caused. Should we be actively encouraging shame? What are the dynamics of shame in restorative processes and how can we manage these? Can we help in transforming shame into a sense of pride or accomplishment?

VISIT www.pprjc.org to see more dynamic presentations offered!

                                                                                                                                                                         

Support this year’s symposium and become a sponsor 

Benefits include Free Registration(s), Sponsor Table, Recognition on Marketing Material and more….

 

          For symposium agenda and to register online: www.pprjc.org 

$80 for one day or $120 for both days                                     

Questions: Lynn Lee (719) 640-1650   lynnglee@aol.com  or  Robin Spaulding (719)641-2579  robin@cascadingconnections.com                                 

Pikes Peak Restorative Justice Council: a component fund of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.     

Restorative Justice Symposium

Restorative Justice on a Continuum.....from the Basics to High Risk

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Thursday May 09, 2013 - Friday May 10, 2013 @ All Day
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