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Exploring restorative justice models to address sexual harm and domestic violence

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Restorative Justice for Intimate Partner & Sexual Violence

“Restorative justice believes families and communities have the capacity to heal transgenerational harms and their many roots,” says sujatha baliga, Director of the Restorative Justice Project. “Restorative processes move us beyond a justice of sides (survivor versus the person who caused the harm) to a more holistic, empowering, and safety-driven approach.” The Restorative Justice Project … Continued



See Your Impact Impact Justice is a growing national non-profit organization powered by a group of passionate people who are unified in our goal to create a more restorative system of justice in America. We are committed to providing opportunities to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, age, … Continued

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Upcoming event: Space for restorative justice

Can architecture change how we define and seek justice?Can buildings help build community? We believe it can. Impact Justice is hosting an Impact/Ideas discussion of Space for Restorative Justice, a book about a ground-breaking studio at the Yale University School of Architecture conducted in partnership with Impact Justice. The studio focused on the design of community justice … Continued


Systems Navigation Coordinator

About Impact Justice Impact Justice is a national innovation and research center advancing new ideas and solutions for justice reform. We work to dramatically reduce the massive number of youth and adults in our justice system, improve conditions and outcomes for those who are incarcerated, and provide meaningful opportunities for formerly incarcerated people to rejoin … Continued

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Adelaida Caballero

Adelaida Caballero is responsible for the smooth day-to-day operations of Impact Justice and its Oakland office. She manages the Oakland office’s administrative staff. She joins Impact Justice with more than ten years of progressive experience in office support and management. She comes to the organization from San Francisco Conservation Corps, which provides academic, job training, … Continued

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Homecoming Project Participant Application

The Homecoming Project is an innovative re-entry housing program that matches formerly incarcerated people with community hosts for up to six months. If you know someone who: served or was sentenced to at least 10 years in prison and is either being released in the next six months or has been out for less than … Continued

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Men and Trauma Project

Among the people currently incarcerated for committing violent offenses are many who have endured high levels of childhood trauma. Adversity takes many forms: childhood neglect, physical assault, and sexual abuse; heightened exposure to domestic, neighborhood, and physical violence; and structural racism. These traumatic experiences compound to adversely impact men in our society, especially men of … Continued

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Communities have a new interactive tool to build restorative justice diversion programs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10, 2019 Contact: Kyung Jin Lee 510-684-3122 Communities Have a New Interactive Tool to Build Restorative Justice Diversion Programs OAKLAND, CA: Advocates seeking solutions to youth criminalization and incarceration can now learn to divert youth from the juvenile legal system through a guided, online toolkit developed by the Restorative Justice … Continued