Imagine. Engage. Restore:
Restorative Practices for Community

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We are excited to be in person for Restoration Matters' Summer Symposium 2022!
This year we are focusing on Building a Restorative Organization. Restorative Practices has benefits outside of the classroom and can be utilized within organizations, teams, communities, neighborhoods and much more! We are excited to share with you our discoveries in building a restorative organization.

Restoration Matters Summer Institute 2022!
Date: June 7th & 8th
Time: June 7: 8:30am to 3:00pm & June 8: 8:30am to noon
Location: Sinquefield room located in DuBourg Hall on Saint Louis University's campus.

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Theme: Imagine. Engage. Restore. We know you have questions about the layout of the Summer Institute. Check out the brief description of the event and keep checking back as we release more details as we draw closer to the event date.

Day One: Restorative Practices for Community Organizations (Full Day includes lunch and parking)

Learn the basics of Restorative Practices – the science of relationships and ways to improve them. 

This interactive training covers foundations: Science of Human Dignity, Fair Process,  

Circle Processes & Great Questions, the Power of Listening. 

Day Two: Building Restorative Infrastructures (Half Day includes light refreshments and parking)

Learn how to integrate restorative practices into your policies and procedures  

using the Relational Care Ladder with Dr. Frida Rundell, founding professor and psychologist from International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP) 

Lessons learned from best business practices.


Early Bird before April 30, 2022: 2 Days $175 per person, Teams of 3+ $155 each


After April 30, 2022: 2 Days - $190 per person, Teams of 3+ $175 per person 

(Contact us at info@restorationmatters.org for questions or special needs) 


Registration closes May 28 

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