#restorative justice

Marquette University seeks Peace Education Specialist

Marquette University Peace Works seeks a Peace Education Specialist who will assist in the development and implementation of the Peace Works program in Milwaukee’s public, private, charter and religious schools.

Who is Most Affected by the School to Prison Pipeline?

How can educators end the school-to-prison pipeline? The first step is considering an alternative approach to school discipline. American University’s Doctorate in Education Policy & Leadership program has developed a concise guide and infographic for further learning.

EMU seeks Visiting Assistant/Associate Professor of Restorative Justice

The Eastern Mennonite University Center for Justice and Peacebuilding invites applications for a 1-year full-time, Visiting Assistant/Associate Professor who will contribute to their MA of Restorative Justice, MA in Conflict Transformation, and MA in Transformational Leadership programs.

Restorative Justice Initiative seeks Consultant (New York City)

The Restorative Justice Initiative (RJI), a Partner Project of the Fund for the City of New York, is seeking to hire a temporary project-based Consultant to provide organizing support for a 150-person Citywide Roundtable on Restorative Approaches. APPLICATION DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 22, 2019.

Adopt strategies that prevent violence in schools

Imagine a society in which we invested our dollars not in teaching our children how to respond to inevitable violence with fear and more violence, but in raising children who have the resources, resilience, empathy and skills to create communities in which violence is no longer the norm. This investment would translate into not only safety for our children in their schools, but also huge benefits for our culture as a whole.

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