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Centre for Restorative Justice

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Centre for Restorative Justice

Adelaide, South Australia,

Australia

Company Description

Restorative Justice: the development of community and justice systems that deal with conflict and the consequences of offending in a restorative manner ... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor and Director

Simon Fraser University


Research Partner

PREVNet


Affiliations

North Shore Restorative Justice Society

Board Member


Smart Justice

Board Member


International Observatory

Scientific Committee


Vancouver Sun

Associate Board Member


Social Responsibility

Member of the Working Group


Restorative Justice

Advisory Board


Education

Ph.D.

University of Pennsylvania


PhD

Simon Fraser University


PhD

The Australian National University


undergraduate degree

University of British Columbia


Web References(110 Total References)


North Shore Restorative Justice Society |

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North Shore Restorative Justice Society | Brenda Morrison Brenda Morrison Brenda Morrison returned to Vancouver in 2006 to work at the Centre for Restorative Justice at Simon Fraser University, where she teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in restorative justice and continues her research. While Brenda was born and attended school on the North Shore, she has traveled, studied and worked abroad for about 20 years. During this time, she completed a PhD in social psychology at the Australian National University and worked for the Center for Restorative Justice at the same university. She has a particular interest in restorative justice and school violence, and has written the first international review of restorative justice in schools for the Handbook of Restorative Justice. In Australia she worked on the development of the National Safe School Framework. Internationally, she is on the scientific committee of the International Observatory of Violence in Schools. For three years, she worked on secondment to the University of Pennsylvania, working on research and development projects at the intersection of courts and schools in Philadelphia. Brenda is happily settling into life on the North Shore again with her husband Damien and two children, Hamish and Anna.


Directors

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Brenda Morrison
Dr. Brenda Morrison is the director of the Centre for Restorative Justice and an assistant professor in the School of Criminology at SFU. She is a social psychologist with field experience in outdoor education, government administration, and restorative justice. Dr. Morrison is the Founding Chair of the Safe Schools and Communities Special Interest Group of the American Education Research Association. She has presented papers at UNESCO, in Paris, and the House of Lords in London, She has also chaired and presented on many international panels on restorative justice.


Pacific Business & Law Institute - Vancouver, BC - Police and Community Partnerships: A National Symposium 2014

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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

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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.


Board | North Shore Restorative Justice

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Brenda Morrison
Vice Chair Brenda Morrison returned to Vancouver in 2006 to work at the Centre for Restorative Justice at Simon Fraser University, where she teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in restorative justice and continues her research. While Brenda was born and attended school on the North Shore, she has traveled, studied and worked abroad for about 20 years. During this time, she completed a PhD in social psychology at the Australian National University and worked for the Center for Restorative Justice at the same university. She has a particular interest in restorative justice and school violence, and has written the first international review of restorative justice in schools for the Handbook of Restorative Justice. In Australia she worked on the development of the National Safe School Framework. Internationally, she is on the scientific committee of the International Observatory of Violence in Schools. For three years, she worked on secondment to the University of Pennsylvania, working on research and development projects at the intersection of courts and schools in Philadelphia. Brenda is happily settling into life on the North Shore again with her husband Damien and two children, Hamish and Anna.


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