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S20A10 Fundamental Principles of Restorative Justice

Dates: February 4 - March 3, 2020

Meets: Tu from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Location: Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community Strite Auditori

Registration Fee: $35.00

Online registration is not available at this time. Please contact our office for more information.

 Phone: 540-568-4253  Email: pce@jmu.edu

Please note: this course requires membership in Lifelong Learning Institute Membership 2019-2020

This experiential and interactive course will present restorative justice as a worldview, demonstrating the fundamental principles, philosophy, and values by exploring its history in America. We will develop an understanding of where we intersect with the history of restorative justice today, here in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. Participants will learn how a restorative justice worldview can be expressed in criminal justice and community contexts, and how to engage those values as a guidepost to practices that develop oneself as a person of integrity. Participants need to bring a journal.

Wonshé has been a restorative justice practitioner for 16 years in criminal justice and community contexts. She teaches restorative justice to individuals as a way of life and for personal transformation. As Liaison for HPD's Restorative Justice Program, she also teaches officers as a way to heal harm associated with crime.

Supplies required: Journal
Fee: $35.00
Hours:10.00

Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community Strite Auditori

1481 Virginia Ave.
Harrisonburg, VA
Date Day Time Location
02/04/2020Tuesday1 PM to 3 PM Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community Strite Auditori
02/11/2020Tuesday1 PM to 3 PM Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community Strite Auditori
02/18/2020Tuesday1 PM to 3 PM Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community Strite Auditori
02/25/2020Tuesday1 PM to 3 PM Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community Strite Auditori
03/03/2020Tuesday1 PM to 3 PM Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community Strite Auditori

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