SPCW was pleased to host the Restorative Justice Association of Manitoba’s webpage. Now that, with funding from Canadian Heritage, RJAM has its own website, please click here where you will find some of our history (though more to come) AND all the details on this years’ National Restorative Justice Symposium!
The Restorative Justice Association of Manitoba (RJAM) is a community and grassroots initiative with the goal of transforming our current justice system. Its vision is for a Manitoba that is a just society in which all lives have equal value. It is a place where restorative justice is the primary means to achieve an equitable and effective resolution to conflict in our communities, courts, and corrections. The mission is to advocate for equal opportunity and increased access for all Manitobans to restorative approaches to justice and restorative services by engaging in public education, outreach, and capacity building through collaborative action.
SPCW has been pleased to work with the community and practitioners to help get this new organization off the ground. As RJAM moves into its fifth year, we are continuing on the board, providing operational structure and seeking out other resources. RJAM’s by-laws can be found here.
If you would like more information or to become a member, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org