Restorative Justice and Systems Change
Just Outcomes consultancy has had the opportunity to engage in multiple systems-change processes focused on implementing restorative justice values and principles within a variety of institutional and community settings. Join us in an exploration of our missteps, what has been learned, and the considerations that now frame our systems-change work. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss how these considerations and lessons learned might apply to their contexts.
Matthew Hartman, MA, Co-Founder & Principal, Just Outcomes
Matthew has over 20 years’ multisector experience as a facilitator, trainer, program administrator, and consultant within the restorative justice movement in the US and internationally. This experience includes facilitation of restorative justice processes within varied contexts; work within non-profit and governmental sectors to redevelop and administer restorative justice programming; and, consulting partnerships with communities and agencies for the purposes of aligning their responses to harm with restorative justice values and principles. Matthew utilizes an empowering and collaborative approach to working with people and groups. He holds a Master's degree in Conflict Transformation.
Cara Walsh, MA, Senior Consultant & Facilitator, Just Outcomes
Cara has been working to support the development, implementation, and delivery of restorative justice principles and practices since 2010. She provides training, consultation, facilitation, and program development within criminal justice, education, youth correctional, and community settings to support institutions in making systemic and cultural changes through restorative justice implementation. Her professional and educational experience is grounded in her passion for creating collaborative, authentic, and equitable spaces to support personal and community transformation and social change.
Time: March 24, 1PM-2:30PM