Foundations of Restorative Justice Training
The Restorative Center's weekend training provides an experience-based understanding of the foundational components of Restorative Justice. Our trainings are engaging, lively and informative.We utilize theory based lectures, the interactive circle experience, skill development, mock circles, as well as small and large group discussions. TRC's Newburgh Model Workbook will be distributed to participants.
3 NY Credits: 3 Skills; 3 NJ Credits: 3 General
Join NYCLA's Criminal Justice Section, and our experienced trainers as they provide an experience-based understanding of the foundational components of Restorative Justice, which seeks to create the structure and space for persons from various backgrounds to discover and activate their ability to work together toward their own well-being.
Participants will experience a unique storytelling based circle process and then discuss the potential for this framework of connectives to help them navigate conflict. The experiential training workshop is engaging, lively, and informative. Participants experience firsthand how circles realign power dynamics among and within us, how storytelling creates vulnerability and empathic listening, and how this model is a new paradigm for Restorative Justice.
The Goal of the program is for participants to gain insights into an alternative dispute resolution model for themselves, their clients, and their communities.
Support grassroots restorative justice!
Sunday, October 8
1pm - 4pm
@ Newburgh Brewing Company
88 Colden St., Newburgh
Join us for The Restorative Center's annual fundraising event in Newburgh, New York– the birthplace of the TRC model of community circles.
Attendance is free! Enjoy drinks, food & games.
Bring your friends & the whole family!
ALL CASH TIPS WILL BE DONATED TO TRC.
Your attendance contributes to the viability of TRC Circle Keeper trainings for teens, adults and lawyers & allows us to continue hosting community circles throughout New York State.
WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT.
Join us for a fundraiser at Joes Pub featuring Stephanie McKay & The Call
The Restorative Center is a grassroots organization with a focus on creating the structure and space for communities to activate their ability to work together toward their own well-being. With roots in Newburgh, N.Y. and the Bronx, TRC explores non-hierarchal structures and the basic concept of storytelling to invite people to be together in new ways. Shailly Agnihotri, an attorney with 20 years of experience, founded TRC with the intention of creating a social foundation for building alternatives to the traditional adversarial approach to conflict resolution. We envision a future in which the majority of issues currently routed through the criminal justice system and family court are resolved by the communities in which those issues arise.
A Soulful Evening to support Restorative Justice
The Restorative Center advances a grassroots movement of Restorative Justice through Community circles to nurture bonds, repair harm, and heal rifts. Holding space for teens, communities, families and the incarcerated to come together in a new way. The Restorative Center is registered as a public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. A portion of your ticket price may be deductible as permitted by law.
Music by Stephanie McKay & The Call
Stephanie McKay is a soul singer and songwriter from the Bronx fusing funk, hip-hop, soul and rock. Her career has spanned over 20 years, during which time she has collaborated with artists including Anthony Hamilton, Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def), Talib Kweli, DJ Spinna, Toshi Reagon and Big lovely, Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Katalyst, Tricky, Carl Hancock-Rux, Kelis, and her husband Jacques Schwarz-Bart, Boca 45, and others.