Strengthen your knowledge of RJ Basics or learn for the first time, to support your entrance into exploring the field and its possibilities.
Class will be led by Molly R. Leach and feature one surprise Guest Teacher from the field. Molly is a seasoned advocate and practitioner who has worked within non-profit advocacy and services over the past two decades, specific to restorative justice, social healing, and peacebuilding. Areas covered will include history, principles, practices, sample program overviews and statistical evidence of the efficacy of RJ. -->Ms. Leach's Bio
This class is for Professionals, Community Advocates, Individuals interested in learning more in order to become more involved, or create, their own community programs. It's also for those wishing to receive an up-to-the-moment report on the climate of Restorative Justice in the US.
This is not a facilitation skills training, or a how-to on implementation, but it will provide you great insights into program successes, why recidivism is so low in RJ, and how the US is fast-adopting a restorative lens in cross-spectrum human services areas.