schedule

** Please note: the schedule is subject to change up until the event.

A final schedule will provided in the conference program upon registration **

NOVEMBER 16

8:00 - 8:30       Registration for Pre - Conference Training

8:30 - 12:00     Pre - Conference Training

SATURDAY

  • 2 Day Peacemaking Circle Training

12:00 - 1:00     Lunch (provided)

1:00 - 4:00       Pre - Conference Training

  • 2 Day Peacemaking Circle Training

NOVEMBER 17

8:00 - 8:30       Registration for Pre - Conference Training

8:30 - 12:00     Pre - Conference Training

SUNDAY

  • 2 Day Peacemaking Circle Training

  • Building a Restorative Culture in your Classroom/School

  • Developing a Restorative Justice Program 

  • Recovering from Crime: Restorative Justice and the Journey Toward Healing

  • Law and RJ 

12:00 - 1:00     Lunch (provided)

1:00 - 4:00       Pre - Conference Training

5:00 - 7:00       Conference Registration 
7:00 - 9:00       Opening Keynote

                        George Brertton Award Ceremony & Reception

  • 2 Day Peacemaking Circle Training

  • Building a Restorative Culture in your Classroom/School

  • Developing a Restorative Justice Program 

  • Recovering from Crime: Restorative Justice and the Journey Toward Healing

  • Law and RJ 

NOVEMBER 18

7:30 - 8:30       Breakfast (provided)

8:45 - 10:15     Keynote

10:45 - 12:00   Workshops

  • Problem Solving Courts – Their role in Restorative Justice

  • A story of relational dissonance and sacred doughnuts: Indigenous Healing in the C.S.C

  • Collaboration and Partnerships that Endure - A Saskatchewan Experience 

  • A Canadian Listening project for Victims of Crime: What Restorative Justice needs to know about how it is and isn’t meeting Victim needs

  • Youth Justice: A Restorative Journey from Panels to Peacemaking Circles 

  • The first program of restorative justice for adults in Quebec, experimentation and research results

  • Restorative Transformation: Circle with Keyano College

12:00 - 1:00     Lunch (provided)

1:00 - 2:15       Workshops

  • What Restorative Justice work has Canada done internationally with the UN

  • Continued Conversation on Restorative Perspectives from a Retired Judge

  • The Tale of two approaches to implementing and sustaining the Restorative Framework in Ontario Schools  

  • How Brazil is Implementing RJ through Collaboration: government institutions, judiciary,  community and international partnerships.  A story of resilience.

  • A victim centered approach to Restorative Justice – is your program really victim centered?  

  • Exploring the use of Restorative Justice practices with accused/offenders with FASD

  • Cross cultural wisdom in Restorative Practice 

2:45 - 4:00       Workshops

  • Restorative Justice in a Courtroom – What we can learn from the South African TRC and New Zealand

  • Between Heart and Head – Restorative Justice in Canada’s Western Arctic

  • Changing Lenses across the domains of Restorative Justice  

  • Who’s Driving the Restorative Justice Bus? Hitting Speed bumps South of the Border

  • Restorative Resolutions of Academic Misconduct in a Post secondary setting

  • Fire Circle Reconciliation

  • Sexualized violence: Restorative Justice Practice Considerations

MONDAY

The Canadian Restorative Justice Consortium will be holding its AGM, details to come.

The Alberta Restorative Justice Association will be holding its AGM, details to come.

TUESDAY

NOVEMBER 18

7:30 - 8:30       Breakfast (provided)

8:30 - 9:45       Workshops

  • Educating for Change: Honouring the voices of Restorative Justice 

  • Corrections to Community – An indigenous reintegration and healing program 

  • From Brazil to Canada and back again – the gift of Paulo Freire for RJ  

  • Encountering the ‘other’: Victim offender dialogue in serious crime 

  • An environmental scan of RJE in one school district 

  • Beyond the Bridge - Diversity, Inclusion, & Equity in Restorative Justice Spaces

  • Audrey’s Story and the Ontario Family Information Liaison Unit 

10:15 - 10:45   Update on Restorative Justice  

10:45 - 12:00   Keynote 

12:00 - 12:30   Conference Closing Ceremonies

Separate from the NRJS will be an additional symposium entitled

"Restorative Justice Education (RJE): Sharing, visioning, and planning"

Click the title above to learn more! 

** Please note: the schedule is subject to change up until the event.

A final schedule will provided in the conference program upon registration **

2019 National Restorative Justice Symposium

November 17 - 19th 

Banff Park Lodge, Alberta


HOSTED BY:

Alberta Restorative Justice Association

PO Box 1053, Station Main

Edmonton, AB
info@arja.ca
Tel: 780-628-6801

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