As many as 200,000 Canadians will experience homelessness each year.

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The high cost of homelessness: $55, 000 a year to leave a homeless person on the street; it costs only $37, 000 a year to provide housing with support services.

— CARMHA Study and Calgary Study

Restorative Justice Symposium: How Restorative Justice can empower resilience

 

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017    9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Restorative Justice Symposium: How Restorative Justice can empower resilience

  • Thompson Rivers University:  In The Mountain room in the Campus Activity Center.
  • The fee for this all day event will be $30 per person & it will include morning coffee, snack and a full, hot lunch.
  • We will be hearing both a serious crime survivor, Margot Van Sluytman, and the person responsible for the harm, Glen Flett, speak to how the restorative justice process facilitated their reconciliation after events that changed their lives.  Their story is living proof of how Restorative Justice can empower resilience.

Tickets:

Regular price: $30/ticket