DUDLEY H. DAVIS CONFERENCE CENTER // BURLINGTON, VERMONT // JUNE 28–30, 2018
Globally our most pressing challenges reveal in poignant fashion our interconnection and interdependence. Our lives are shaped by relationships at many levels: interpersonal, in community and with the environment. A restorative approach holds significant promise to meet the global need for healing and transformation in these fundamental relations on the earth, in communities, and with one another and the ways in which they are intertwined. This conference will bring together researchers, policy-makers and practitioners to share the difference a restorative approach makes and consider its potential to reveal and address the complex and relational nature of some of our greatest problems and challenges. Come be a part of this important learning opportunity including a rich blend of hands-on learning through workshops, panels, presentations and keynote addresses. The conference will focus on three areas that reflect the levels of relationship that are so interconnected and central to building a better world.
See full description, registration information and call for proposals visit here: https://www.vermontlaw.edu/academics/centers-and-programs/center-for-justice-reform/conference/international-restorative-justice-conference