Sexual Harm in Educational Communities

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Some themes we will cover include:

  • When and how to respond with RJ
  • What sexual harm looks like at the intersections
  • How to implement these practices in our own spaces
  • Hands-on practical skills for having intentional conversations about healthy relationships
  • Competency building around restorative responses and processes
  • Rape culture and sexual violence: interruption through RJ
  • Social media: harm prevention and reduction

Date/Time: Wednesday, August 2 & Thursday, August 3, 2017, 9:15 am – 4 pm

Place: UC Berkeley (exact place TBD)

Facilitators: Neely Upamaka, Julie Shackford-Bradley (see bios below)

Costs: This workshop is $160

Registration and Payment Info:

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Facilitators:

JSBheadshotDr. Julie Shackford-Bradley is the co-founder and coordinator of the Restorative Justice Center at UC Berkeley. Prior to founding the RJ Center, she taught in the field of Peace and Conflict Studies for 15 years. The RJ Center offers services, programs and trainings for campus and the local community in RJ and restorative practices. Julie has facilitated many trainings for colleges and universities, with focus on building solidarity for social justice, improving communication across difference, responding to bias and sexual harm. She is actively engaged with PRISM (Promoting Restorative Initiatives for Sexual Misconduct) as a writer and trainer.

Neely Upamaka