The Program on Negotiation is pleased to co-sponsor
Harvard Negotiation Law Review’s
“Redressing Harm Through Restorative Justice”
February 5-7, 2019
Harvard Law School
Join us in exploring various applications of restorative justice in the U.S. criminal context as well as post-conflict contexts around the world. This year’s symposium will include five events held at HLS, including a keynote address by Dr. Carl Stauffer and a documentary film screening on restorative justice in Sierra Leone. The full schedule is listed below.
February 5th, 4pm-5pm in WCC B015
- Keynote Address by Dr. Carl Stauffer – “Restorative Justice: Transitional and Transformative Critiques”
February 5th, 5:30pm-7pm in WCC 1019
- Panel Discussion on “Integrating Restorative Justice into the U.S. Criminal Context”, with moderator Carl Stauffer and speakers Pierre Berastain, Erin Freeborn, Chris Moser, and Kaia Stern.
February 6th, 12pm-1pm in WCC 3019
- Interactive Workshop with the Symbolic Reparations Research Project, focused on designing and implementing symbolic reparations.
February 7th, 11:45am-1pm in WCC 2012
- Panel Discussion on “Using Restorative Practices to Address Communal Harm, Internationally”, with moderator Andrew Mamo and speakers Dr. Ronan Feehily, Thalia Gonzalez, and Libby Hoffman.
February 7th, 5pm-7pm in WCC 1010
- Film Screening of “Fambul Tok” – a film about sustained truth-telling circles in the wake of Sierra Leone’s civil war – with the film’s creator Libby Hoffman.
All events are free and open to the public.
Refreshments will be provided.
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