CRES 410 / RESTORATIVE JUSTICE / PROF. NATHALINE FRENER
Join us for a critical and engaging discussion about the principles and practices of Restorative Justice. Through course dialogues and activities we will explore the needs and roles of victims, offenders, communities, and justice systems, as well as outline the principles and values of Restorative Justice. Assumptions about—and labels given to—all those involved will be examined.
Using the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program model, this course will include both “inside”(students inside OSP) and “outside” students (students at UO). This course will take place at the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem.
This is a transformative learning experience that emphasizes collaboration and dialogue, while inviting students to address crime, justice, and other issues of social concern.
Classes will be held on an evening to be determined from 6-8:50pm (not including travel time) at Oregon State Penitentiary. Applications are due by 4pm on Wednesday, May 8 and must be delivered in print to the Conflict & Dispute Resolution Program, Suite 137, UO Law School
Interviews will be held on Wednesday, May 15. Email questions to email@example.com.