Restorative Justice Conference 2017
Restorative Justice: It's Outcomes Conference
- The corrective methods adopted by the First Nations and African cultures integrate the victim, the offender, and the community to facilitate restoration and healing for all involved. The core principles of this traditional practice include:
- Requiring the lawbreaker to take direct responsibility for their individual victimization and acknowledge the harm done to their community.
- Providing a system wherein the victims assist in shaping the wrongdoers' restitution.
- Encouragement of the community to become involved in supporting the victims, holding offenders accountable and providing offenders the opportunity to reintegrate back into society.
In keeping with ancient traditions, the conference, structured to examine the outcomes of Restorative Justice within communities, incarceration centres, schools, families and civil rights implications, aims to bring awareness of holistic measures adapted and revised to heal wounded modern communities.
- Dahne Jobson
Restorative Justice: It's Outcomes
Starts with 5 impactful films followed by a panel discussion@2pm
Inside peace 77m 12pm Grandroom 1 PURCHASE TICKETS
Marvin Booker Was Murdered 12 pm 108m Mediaroom PURCHASE TICKETS
Mother’s Day: The Forgotten Victims of Death Row (55m) USA 12.pm grandroom 2 PURCHASE TICKETS
In The Eyes Of Grieving Mothers 33m screens With Mothers Day
War crimes 4.30pm PURCHASE TICKETS
tickets $11.00 per screenings
Lucie Thornton Blackburn conference 80 cooperage St/front