News & Updates

2022 Associates and Fellows

Meet the 2022 Cohort of Associates and Fellows Associates Diane Crocker is a Professor in the Department of Criminology at Saint Mary’s University. Her work explores the use of law to address social problems, particularly those that disproportionately affect women. She is currently a member of the Canadian Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative and iMPACTS: Collaborations […]

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TRANSFORMATIVE JOURNEYS FOR RACIAL JUSTICE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nW4moRvt-8I&ab_channel=BlackCulturalCentreforNovaScotia This special event brings together three remarkable leaders who are beacons for racial justice in the US and around the world. Their advocacy and work for justice transformation has shaped a generation and seeded a vision of a better future. Their journeys for racial justice began together in Birmingham, Alabama, and continued to be […]

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Summer Student Experience

Early Days I am about to start my third year at the Schulich School of law, and I spent the summer interning at the Restorative Research, Innovation, and Education Lab (“the Lab”). I had taken Public Law in first year with the Director of the Lab, Jennifer Llewellyn, so I knew that the Lab existed. […]

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Public Lecture Series

2022 Series Kindness Isn’t Weakness: Working together as a Restorative Community to Tackle Intractable Problems Delivered by Dr. Holly Northam on Monday April 4, 2022. Lighting A  Spark: Feminism, Emotions, and The Legal Imagination of Campus Sexual Violence Delivered by Dr. Daniel Del Gobbo on Monday May 9, 2022. A Restorative Approach to the Harm […]

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Deep Dive, with Prof. Jennifer Llewellyn and Dr. Holly Northam

In episode three, of Deep Dive, Dalhousie’s President Dr. Deep Saini, speaks with Schulich School of Law Professor Jennifer Llewellyn and University of Canberra’s Dr. Holly Northam about their international collaboration in the field of Restorative Justice, as well as the Restorative Research, Innovation & Education Lab recently launched at #DalhousieU with the support of […]

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The Royal Society of Canada introduces new 2020 Fellow, Jennifer Llewellyn

Jennifer Llewellyn is a leading public intellectual on justice transformation and a world leader in restorative justice. Her scholarship and practice have been ground-breaking for justice systems and other social institutions. She is the Yogis & Keddy Chair in Human Rights Law and the Chair in Restorative Justice and founded the first Restorative Research, Innovation […]

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Funding Announcement for Restorative Approach to Health in British Columbia

Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research’s funding for 24 research teams through the 2020 Convening & Collaborating (C2) and Reach competitions will create pathways from research evidence to impact and help ensure that cutting-edge health research can directly improve the health of British Columbians and BC’s health system.  Creating pathways to research impact: MSFHR funds […]

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