Be a part of Tulane's change initiative—Restorative Practices at TU—as we work to strengthen our community and focus our culture on restoration and the repair of harm.
The Office of Human Resources & Institutional Equity in partnership with Student Affairs is excited to introduce Restorative Practices in support of Tulane’s Strategy for Tomorrow.
Simply put, restorative practices are tools and processes used to foster, encourage, and repair relationships. This approach helps us cooperate, improve communication, take responsibility, and resolve conflict in a community interest way.
The aim of Restorative Practices is to develop community and to manage conflict and tensions by repairing harm and building relationships. The restorative approach is an interdisciplinary field inspired by the philosophy of restorative justice and guided by the understanding that relationships are central to learning, growth, and a healthy community. They key principles of Restorative Practices are:
Led by the experts at Center for Restorative Approaches (CRA), trained facilitators will provide this two-day training aimed at building community, fostering inclusion, and promoting collaborative decision-making.
Training will be provided at the following location. Lunch to be provided; parking passes available upon request via the registration form.
Tulane School of Social Work
127 Elk Place, Room 343
New Orleans, LA 70112
Howard Zehr, who is widely known as “the grandfather of restorative justice, and founder of the Zehr Institute for Restorative Justice recommends these 10 ways to live restoratively:
Please contact the Office of Institutional Equity at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.