A 3-day gathering of practitioners, scholars & advocates
Today’s world is more connected and interdependent than at any other time in human history. Global communications, migration and technology are bringing an ever-greater diversity of people into direct contact. How we learn and teach must adapt to this changing landscape to positively shape the civil society of the future.
This conference will bring a special focus on emerging ideas, leaders and visions for the future of learning. The conference is open to all topics related to the emerging social science of restorative practices. However, we strongly encourage session proposals that explore the relational and social aspects of:
“I gained new resources and ideas while connecting with a variety of professionals.”
Catherine Stanton, Pennsylvania, USA
“Every year I take away more ideas: about building relationships, empowering families and giving them responsibilities.”
Shahed Chowdhury, Ph.D., U.K.
“I experienced an environment of support and felt a sense of freedom and liberation amongst a group of diverse people.”
Charris Torrence, North Carolina, USA