Restoring Circles transform the culture of violence.
We are inclusion, co-creation, reconciliation, social innovation and Indigenous-Ally justice building.
The Restoring Circles Project teaches a toolkit of skills that together weave identities of belonging, role, and wellness. The system is Indigenous, healing identities from the culture of harm & violence, into relationships of belonging, place, and reciprocity.
We are decolonizing, liberatory, anti-racism, anti-violence, anti-oppression, gender-fluid knowledge mobilization. We are personal, relational, systemic, transformative, collective and evolving.
We are weaving a new container of community belonging and place, working with Transformative Justice, Reconciliation, and Indigenous-Ally co-creation: inclusive, restorative, Indigenous-based, systemic and constantly innovating.
The Restoring Circles Project is an Indigenous-Ally social innovation project to end violence in relationships, by mobilizing evidence-based, transformative social technologies that come from Indigenous culture, with a network of social justice & Indigenous agencies.
Training front-line change makers, counselors and leaders in restorative identity, relationship and systems transformation tools, to coach with members, clients, peers and partners.
Launching Talking Circles for community-based conflict resolution, healing from trauma and addictions, and building relationships of belonging, place, trust and respect.
Connecting partners and leaders in a network of practioners & allies, collaborating new partnerships for daily justice, equity, and social evolution.
With gratitude on the unsurrendered territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish),and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
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