A 3-day gathering of practitioners, scholars & advocates
Connect with a diverse community working to strengthen civil society.
Restorative practices and restorative justice have made great strides in the last 20 years. It is now time to turn our attention to facilitating the necessary changes in society that we want to see. Join scholars and practitioners from Canada and around the world to share knowledge and explore new and exciting ways to sustain restorative cultures in a variety of settings.
The program will include an opening and closing plenary session and a variety of 50-minute and 100-minute breakout sessions throughout the three days of the conference. The featured panels will help us dig deeper in to the theme of “Leading and Sustaining Change” when applied to schools, criminal and youth justice, Indigenous communities and workplaces. More than 80 inspiring breakout sessions will provide attendees with in-depth sharing of experience, learning and an exchange of ideas. Learn more »
“Coming to these conferences makes me believe we can accomplish many things for the community and for our own people.”
Keith Gordon, Mohawk Nation at Akwesasne
“It's good seeing people doing this all over the world and hearing others' experiences and stories. It gives me motivation to keep going.”
Natalie Medina, Panama City, Panama
“The greatest benefit is the connections you make with other like-minded professionals from around the world dedicated to the development and application of RP in a wide variety of settings.”
Steve Young, Principal, Stouffville, Ontario