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Diefendorf Hall

Buffalo, NY 14215

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Restorative Justice Day is an annual conference hosted by the University at Buffalo, aimed at bringing university, school, and community members together to learn about restorative practices.

Restorative practices run on a spectrum, from community building in elementary schools, to criminal diversion in the courts. Typically conducted in the form of a circle, restorative practices help bring together classrooms and communities to build strong foundations and repair harm when it occurs.

Our goal in hosting Restorative Justice Day is to have a space where people from all walks of life can learn about restorative practices, and see how they are being used - in our schools, courts, and communities. The day includes keynote speeches from experts in the national restorative justice community, workshops to introduce attendees to community, court, school, youth, and cultural circles, and performances by local cultural organizations.

The event is $5 per person, which covers entrance to the conference, breakfast and lunch.

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