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Restorative Practices: Using a Circle Practice for Building Community & Deepening Trust

Community and restorative justice continues to grow and expand across the U.S. and world. With that growth comes increased opportunities for trainings, conferences, and events to deepen one’s relationship with these practices. In our commitment to continual learning, practice, and facilitating connections, we offer this calendar as a go to place to share and find community and restorative justice events.

Please note: This calendar is intended to serve as a resource, and entries do not constitute an endorsement by NACRJ. We encourage individuals to independently evaluate the suitability of each event for their specific needs and preferences.

To submit an event, please click the "+" button to the right. Please allow 2-3 days for your submission to appear on the calendar. You will be notified by email when your event is posted.

Restorative Practices: Using a Circle Practice for Building Community & Deepening Trust

Tuesday, May 7, 2024 (10:00 AM - 12:00 PM) (EDT)


A Restorative Practices Community Building Circle is a transformative tool that fosters trust, connection, and conflict reduction within work teams. By providing a safe and structured environment for open dialogue, participants are encouraged to share their thoughts, feelings, and perspectives. This process not only allows team members to truly listen to one another but also helps them better understand diverse viewpoints and experiences. 

Through active participation, empathy-building, storytelling, and story listening, the circle enables team members to forge stronger bonds and develop a deeper sense of connection. Furthermore, by addressing underlying tensions and conflicts in a constructive manner, these circles facilitate conflict resolution and prevent issues from escalating, ultimately promoting a harmonious and cohesive work environment where trust thrives and collaboration flourishes.  Come learn about and practice this valuable tool.  All are welcome: students, staff, faculty, alumni and off-campus participants. 



Free and open to all interested

Tuesday, May 7, 2024 (10:00 AM - 12:00 PM) (EDT)
Free of Charge
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