Restorative Practices in Youth Justice

The Michigan Center for Youth Justice is presenting an expert panel discussion on youth justice, including Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative (IPI) Advisory Committee member, Tim Connors and dear friend to IPI, Belinda Dulin. The event is open to all who are interested. Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 2PM (Eastern Time) See details below

 

https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KK269Rq4TCmVovUcuvK12A

Restorative justice is just one kind among a variety of restorative practices, which have deep roots in indigenous peacemaking. They are meant to provide healing for everyone involved in a conflict. The restorative justice method is unlike traditional criminal justice practices, which often result in high costs (literal and figurative) to justice-impacted individuals and their families and rely on punishments such as confinement and seclusion. Instead, restorative justice practices can uplift and allow a channel for transformation and healing on both sides of a “crime.”