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Sunday, October 25 • 1:40pm - 3:00pm
Restorative Justice in Colorado: Transforming Communities through Relationships & Reintegration

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Restorative Justice is changing our approach to creating safety, equality and justice throughout the Front Range. Rooted in ancient indigenous peacemaking processes, restorative justice prioritizes right relationships and reintegration. In place of punitive measures that reinforce marginalizing identities of “bad kids” and “criminals,” restorative practices encourage taking responsibility for how one’s actions have harmed others, and then making repairs to restore those harmed relationships. Parties directly or indirectly impacted (victims, family, and community members) play a key role in identifying impacts and voicing ideas for how the person who has caused the harm can make things right. Colorado is recognized nationwide as a leader in institutionalizing restorative justice in partnership with law enforcement, schools and judicial systems. Come learn about what restorative justice looks like in the Front Range and participate in an interactive exercise where you will experience what it’s like to include your voice in the restorative process! Presented by Kathleen McGoey of Longmont Community Justice Partnership.

Speakers
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Kathleen McGoey

Executive Director, Longmont Community Partnership
Kathleen McGoey began facilitating conversations around social justice issues in Tijuana, Mexico while serving as the Executive Director of Los Embajadores. She has a M.A. in Peace, Development, Security & International Conflict Transformation from the University of Innsbruck, Austria and a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame. Kathleen is the author of Harmonizing Heavens and Earth: A Daoist Shamanic Approach to Elicitive Peacework (2013... Read More →


Sunday October 25, 2015 1:40pm - 3:00pm
Humanities 135 1610 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

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