Dalhousie Experience in Restorative Justice applied to a volatile public issue

  • 05 Oct 2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Pink Larkin Boardroom (1463 South Park Street, Halifax, Suite 201) and On-Line broadcast

Registration

  • The session will be broadcast via telephone link (audio only).

    There is no cost to attend the presentation.

    Please note that the event will start at 12noon (Halifax time)

    Call-in numbers are:
    1-866-512-0904
    participant code: 9847513
  • The event will take place at Pink Larkin Boardroom in the center of Halifax, NS and there is space for only 20 'in person' attendees.

    This is a first effort by ADR Atlantic with Lunch & Learn and the cost is $0.

    If you attend in person, you must bring your own lunch!!

Registration is closed
  • 20 is the maximum number of participants who may attend the in-person presentation  
  • On-line attendance using the call-in numbers is not limited -- only audio will be available

In-Person Attendance:

Pink Larkin Boardroom at 1463 South Park Street, Halifax, Suite 201

In early December 2014, it came to light that some fourth year students at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Dentistry had been posting misogynistic, sexist, and homophobic comments and images to a closed Facebook group. As a result Dalhousie University became a focal point for the topic of how justice is served, and what that specifically means.

Come listen to our guest speaker, Jennifer Lewellyn, as she recounts the Restorative Justice process that saw the group of young men and woman navigate the stormy waters of reparation. What were the lessons she has to share with us about the Restorative Justice process as a result of this high profile and deeply emotional file? What metric is used for such a volatile situation to measure success?

Jennifer will join us to give us share her perspectives on this important file.

In preparation for this great opportunity, please feel free to acquaint yourself with the “Report from the Restorative Justice Process” found at:
http://www.dal.ca/cultureofrespect/process/report-from-the-restorative-justice-process.html

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