Our 3rd Annual Restorative Justice Conference
Each year, the Kingston Community Chaplaincy hosts a conference to raise awareness about the importance of restorative justice practices within our community.
On November 16th, 2019, we held our second annual conference in honour of restorative justice week. Not only did this conference increase the awareness of restorative justice in the community, it will also brought organizations together to strategically discuss how to improve services for ex prisoners.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s third conference is being postponed. We are hoping to run the conference sometime in February 2021, although this is subject to change.
We will post an update on our website when we have more information regarding the new date. We are very much looking forward to hosting the conference when it is safe to do so!
Take a look or listen to Kate Johnson’s CBC Interview regarding changes to and future outcomes for Canada’s prison system. Kate is a board member of the KCC, former Chaplain at Pittsburgh Institution and new Chaplain at Queen’s University.
Tyler Fainstat, Director, John Howard Society of Kingston speaks at our Annual General Meeting: