How to Apply Restorative Justice in Your Library

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Two-Day Course | April 30 & May 14, 2024 | 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Time Commitment: 4 hours

Restorative justice is an approach to addressing harm and conflict that focuses on healing, repairing relationships, and promoting accountability. Rather than being punitive, restorative justice seeks to involve the community in the resolution process and can provide a model for transparent dialogue and healing between everyone involved in an incident. 

This half-day online course will teach you the foundations of restorative justice from a library perspective. You will learn how to lead peace circles, how to initiate communication about an incident, and how to facilitate ongoing relationship repair and accountability from those who have caused harm. 

This course is designed and structured over multiple weeks to teach you the fundamentals of restorative justice, give you a chance to apply it in your library, and reconvene in class to debrief and continue learning from expert speakers. Join us for approximately 6 hours of interactive, expert-led sessions, spread across two separate days, and learn the tools you need to implement restorative justice practices in your library.


CALL Training Partner for this Event: Library Journal


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Enrollment Statement

I understand that a space will be reserved for me in this learning opportunity at a cost to CALL, and if I am unable to attend this learning opportunity, I will cancel my enrollment as soon as possible and before the start date. 


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