Restorative Justice is a way of building relationships in any setting—families, parishes, workplaces, etc. When we are harmed or we do harm, relationship are damaged.
Learning how this harm can be addressed in such a way that we don’t need to carry that hurt for the rest of our lives can be a long process.
This course will help us to get started on that journey, restoring “right relationship” with others and with God.
Restorative Justice is also pro-active, which means it can help prevent harm happening.
We can learn a new way of relating to people, where everyone communicates honestly with each other, really listens; and feels comfortable in letting others know our affective side.
The principles of Restorative Justice can also form a basis for developing policies, running organisations, parishes, and families in many settings. ALL WELCOME, free of charge.
It will be held at The Catholic Pastoral Centre, 40A Mary Street, Highgate, over four Thursday, once a month (July 28, August 25, Sept. 29 & Oct. 25).
Courses will be held from 9am -12.30pm. Morning tea and lunch PROVIDED.
Register ASAP: Claire Chew at 6104 3600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.