06 Nov Honoring Indigenous Restorative Practices
MAAWANJI’IDIWAG – COME TOGETHER
Honoring Indigenous Restorative Practices
Gathering Space, Gzowski College, Trent University
November 26 and 27, 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
The two day forum includes experiential learning, presentations, and explores decolonizing and greater integrity in our restorative (justice) practices in Nogojiwanong-Peterborough. We will focus on Indigenous, particularly Anishinaabe-Ojibway, legal traditions, conflict resolution practices, and community justice philosophies. We will learn together the ways in which settler restorative justice practices have taken from Indigenous ways of knowing, and build a new community of practice informed by teaching from Anishinaabe Elders, Knowledge Keepers, Indigenous Services Staff, and Indigenous academics. These include Elder Jeannette Corbiere Lavell, Dr. Dawn Lavell-Harvard, Dr. Valerie Waboose, Dr. Patricia McGuire and more.
Please register online to claim your two agency spots for this forum; tickets are $45 per person, including lunch. For more information or for partner agencies who would like more than two tickets, please contact Lisa Clarke at email@example.com or Marion Little at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is partially funded by the Department of Justice Canada and is organized by a newly formed collaborative committed to revitalizing and decolonizing Restorative Justice & Restorative Practices in Nogojiwanong-Peterborough (partners include: First People’s House of Learning @ Trent, Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre, John Howard Society of Peterborough, Victim Services, Peterborough Police, Victim Services, Elizabeth Fry Society, Niijkiwendidaa Anishnaabekwewag Services Circle, Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre, Fleming College, Trent University, and Reintegration Peterborough). More partners are welcome to join.
Miigwetch and our deepest appreciations,
Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre and the partner agencies