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Centre for Restorative Justice
234 Sturt Street
Restorative Justice: the development of community and justice systems that deal with conflict and the consequences of offending in a restorative manner
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Pacific Business & Law Institute - Vancouver, BC - Police and Community Partnerships: A National Symposium 2014
Dr. Brenda Morrison, Director of the Centre for Restorative Justice, Associate Professor, School of Criminology, SFU, Burnaby BC.
Brenda is a social psychologist with field experience in outdoor education, government administration and restorative justice.
Her teaching and research interests include restorative justice, responsive regulation within institutions, and social identity.
She is a member of a number of editorial boards, including the recently launched Restorative Justice: An International Journal.
Nationally, she is a research partner with PREVNet (Promoting Relationships Eliminating Violence Network) and a reconciliation ambassador for Reconciliation Canada. In BC, she is a member of the working group for Social Responsibility and Collaborative Learning in Education, and on the advisory board for the BC Victims of Homicide Support Initiative.
She is an active board member for the North Shore Restorative Justice Society and an associate board member of the Vancouver Association for Restorative Justice.
Brenda is the author of Restoring Safe School Communities: A Whole School Response to Bullying, Violence and Alienation.
Pacific Business & Law Institute - Vancouver, BC - Rethinking Justice: Building Partnerships Between Police and Aboriginal People for Healthy Communities 2012
Brenda Morrison, Director of the Centre for Restorative Justice and an Assistant Professor in the School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC.
Her teaching and research interests include transformative and restorative justice, responsive regulation, school violence and safety, conflict and cooperation, shame-management and social identity, the self and self-interest.
She has presented papers before UNESCO and the British House of Lords and has chaired many international panels on restorative justice.
Nationally she is a research partner with PREVNet (Promoting Relationships Eliminating Violence Network).
Within British Columbia she is active in many restorative justice projects.
The in-your-face reality check of hearing ...
The in-your-face reality check of hearing a victim's pain, usually cuts through self-serving empathy, says Brenda Morrison, director of the Centre for Restorative Justice in British Columbia.
recalls one defiant boy who vandalized a school, but justified it because the school had "pissed him off.
The boy's grandmother attended a meeting, and told him how she
was so ashamed of his
actions that she
couldn't face her
friends at bingo.
The boy's tone shifted from "yeah, I'm guilty, but so what" to "I'm guilty and Oh my God I've hurt the person I love most, who is always there for me," says Morrison
Brenda Morrison, Ph.D, ...
Brenda Morrison, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, School of Criminology & Co-Director, Centre for Restorative Justice, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC
The Legacy Of Community Justice | JCharlton Publishing Ltd
Dr. Brenda Morrison, PhD
Dr. Brenda Morrison, PhD
Director, Centre for Restorative Justice