About this Event
How can we reimagine community on LMU’s campus? Schoene Mahmood and Julia Wade offer an educational session on how a dynamic partnership between Student Conduct and the Center for Urban Resilience (CURes) has led to the implementation of restorative justice practices at LMU. Participants will gain an understanding of the principles of restorative justice, their inherent connection to Ignatian values, as well as how they are applied in educational settings. The presenters will explore how diverse groups of students and staff from Sorority & Fraternity Life members to leaders from intercultural programs have been engaged using restorative practices on topics such as accountability and inclusivity. The session will culminate in participants engaging in a circle followed by a discussion of how to get involved with restorative justice practices at LMU.
To register for this event, please go here: https://lmula.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yoMKxtuwRLSvJApVipSlgg
About the CSJ Symposium:
In the midst of a pandemic, world-wide social unrest and national search for a moral compass, extraordinary creativity and hope abounds. We invite you to join us for our annual symposium highlighting the work of the LMU community and beyond with justice as the fundamental theme. The symposium sets the stage for all interested in listening, discovering and responding as we continue our journey towards transformation within ourselves and as part of our commitment to our community. In a time filled with much divide, our desire that "all may be one" becomes an ever more essential message and mission of the CSJ Center.
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