Restorative Justice: Accountability and Community Event May 17th

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Restorative Justice: Accountability and Community

Engaging the Community in a Non-punitive Approach to Crime

May 17, 2016

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Urban League of Greater Madison

2222 S. Park Street, Madison

Jonathan Scharrer, Director, Restorative Justice Project, Frank J. Remington Center, UW-Madison Law School—The philosophy and practice of Restorative Justice in Wisconsin

Ron Johnson, Coordinator, Dane County Community Restorative Court—A Restorative Justice alternative for 17- to 25-year-olds with a misdemeanor violation*

David Raasch, member and former Chief Judge of Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican Nation– The Native American spirituality roots of Restorative Justice

Ismael Ozanne, Dane County District Attorney—Local Law enforcement support for the Dane County Restorative Court

Shelia Stubbs, Dane County Board of Supervisors, District 23–Dane County Board support for Restorative courts

Joan Duerst OP, Moderator; Chair of MOSES Religious Leaders Caucus

*Other Restorative Justice/Practices Programs in Dane County include: Prison Ministry Project, Metropolitan

Sponsored by MOSES (Madison Organizing in Strength, Equality and Solidarity)

Co-sponsors:

Prison Ministry Project

1st Congregational United Church of Christ

Madison Area Urban Ministry

Wisconsin Council of Churches

YWCA

NAACP

In preparation for this event, here is an article on the topic:

Why do I Teach Restorative Justice to Law Students

 

 

 

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