Guiding Principles for Communities and Organizations
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Mike Labun, BA
Mike teachers CTRI workshops in the areas of violence prevention, restorative justice, and conflict resolution. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Certificate in Conflict Resolution, and has over twenty years of experience as a leader in the conflict resolution and violence prevention field. He believes that learning is a life-long endeavor and that the process of development should be enjoyable and motivating. As a facilitator, Mike uses his experiences working in a manufacturing environment, inner-city drop-in, boys camp, and as a mediator to illustrate the material. He has an interactive and engaging style that easily motivates participants to incorporate workshop material into their own environments.
How do we respond meaningfully to harmful or criminal actions? Based on the principles of restorative justice, this webinar offers a framework for answering this question in your own context. The philosophy of restorative justice invites people to look beyond a merely punitive view of justice and discipline. Instead, it focuses on the needs of everyone involved, emphasizing direct accountability, reparation, prevention, dialogue, and in some cases, renewed relationship. This webinar will provide you with insights for incorporating restorative justice principles into your own environment.
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Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this webinar participants should be able to:
- Define restorative justice and its associated practices
- Describe the role of the restorative justice facilitator
- Contrast retributive and restorative justice approaches to harm and conflict