Come join the conversation!
Become aware of 10 things we can do to contribute to internal, interpersonal and organizational peace (based on the principles of Nonviolent Communication).
Presented by Laura Dafoe and Philippa Tattersall
Salt Spring Island Public Library, Program Room
Ten Steps to Peace Poster
November is a month when there are several days dedicated to peace and harmony and it includes Restorative Justice Week, from Nov 18-25th, a time to increase understanding of Restorative Justice.
To promote awareness, Restorative Justice Salt Spring Island invites you to ‘Peace Circles in the Library’, every Tuesday in November from 12 noon to 1 pm in the Public Library Program Room. It is a free event. The facilitators for each week will be:
Nov 6: Peter Levitt
Nov 13: Barbara Slater & Kevin Wilkie
Nov 20: Heather Martin
Nov 27: Aaron Kipnis
Come and participate!
Peace Circles Poster
Restorative Justice Week will be held in Canada, and throughout the world, from November 18-25, 2018. The theme for the week is Inspiring Innovation.
Restorative Justice Week aims to raise awareness of restorative justice approaches to crime. It is an annual event that runs nationally during the third week of November.
Read about National Restorative Justice Week, by visiting the Ministry of Justice’s Community Safety and Crime Prevention website and the Correctional Service of Canada’s Restorative Justice website.
Find out more about Restorative Justice, and how it can help your business, your school, and your community to repair the harm done by crime.
Open House, Saturday, Nov 18, 2017
10:00 am to 11:30 am (drop in for a chat)
11:30 am – Short Presentation
Salt Spring Library Program Room
The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Vancouver Island Restorative Justice Association will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at the Cowichan Exhibition Park 5 km north of Duncan. The AGM will start at 10 AM and finish at 3 PM. Topics will include “Forgiveness and Restorative Justice”, “Elder Abuse and Restorative Justice” and “Restorative Justice at Dalhousie University Dental School”