What is Restorative Justice?
What does it mean and where does it originate? How can we use this approach in our lives and in our institutions?
Restorative justice holds firmly the values and principles of dignity, humanity, compassion, and healing.
This ancient and sacred process has been used by North American Indigenous cultures to address harm within their community for millenia. Restorative circles provide a safe space for the person who has caused harm and the one who has been harmed to come together and work toward healing and reconciliation.
Restorative justice is a powerful and transformative process that deepens connection with one another and restores balance and harmony in our lives and our communities.
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