Doing Restorative Justice with the core concept of WITH.

From IIRP: people are happier . . . and more likely to make positive changes when those in authority do things with them, rather than to them or for them . . . I have been so fortunate.  To get to do Restorative Justice as a full-time job, provides so many opportunities.  I’m the executive director, and I provide a great…

Restorative Justice Conferencing the key for victims is in one question.

Key’s open doors.  They open more than that, I’ve always loved the phrase “a key to my heart”.  To me, that means the release of passion or the transformation of your heart.  When we open our hearts, we stop with ourselves and connect to another. I recently pulled out my copy of Listening Project, and thought…

Restorative Justice and the age of webinars, easy access to training information.

My friends at IIRP are starting to use webinars, they are starting out with two great topics.  When that asked me to post this on my blog, I was happy to help and recommend these opportunities! If you aren’t getting the e-forum information, I suggest you sign up, details below. The IIRP Graduate School is…

My wonderful experience at the IIRP 12th World Conference on restorative practices

I can’t believe it’s come and gone!  Last week I attended the 12th World Conference, hosted by the International Institute for Restorative Practices.  It was AMAZING!  My first IIRP conference was in 2002 (the 3rd IIRP conference).  That is where I first met IIRP President Ted Wachtel, as I mentioned in another post, he impressed…