Susan Sharpe, will discuss how restorative justice and engaged learning are very different approaches, applied in different contexts, yet they share some core assumptions and priorities. This interactive session will introduce the construct of restorative justice and invite participants to consider three things: how the two approaches intersect, how both approaches might help cultivate our personal and collective capacities for justice, and where or how such cultivation might be enhanced in participants’ professional fields.
This event counts toward the Graduate Certificate in Community Engagement and Public Scholarship. Graduate students need to apply via GradConnect. For more information, contact Patrena Kedik.
Originally published at conductorshare.nd.edu.