Research, Innovation, Education
Realizing a more just and inclusive world by transforming society through a restorative approach.
The Restorative Research, Innovation, and Education Lab, or the Restorative Lab, is both a “virtual” change lab creating the knowledge needed for social innovation across systems and sites in Canada and around the world and a physical lab serving as a hub for researchers, partners, and communities to convene and work together.
Building relationships and facilitating collaboration and integration of work across systems, sectors, and communities. Supporting and sustaining a restorative approach provincially, nationally and internationally.
Mobilizing knowledge to inspire, support and study social innovation in real-time.
Supporting the continued development and work of the Restorative International Learning Community.
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Restorative Research Innovation & Education Lab
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An amazing opportunity Visiting Assistant Professor: Law & Society, Comparative Law, Transnationalizing Justice