Tanya Hubbard is Woodbrooke’s Programme Coordinator for Racial & Social Justice. Tanya is a facilitator and trainer of conflict transformation and dialogue. She has worked…
Learning from Indigenous Restorative Justice Processes
Thursday 21 March 2024
18:30-20:00 (UK time)
What can we learn from the traditional methods for resolving conflict in Afghanistan and Pakistan? In this session, Ali Gohar – an expert practitioner and scholar on the subject – will teach us about these indigenous practices.
As Quakers we are often questioning and seeking to change the way our justice systems operate to more closely reflect our belief in that of God in everyone. What do the traditional restorative justice systems used by communities in Pakistan and Afghanistan have to teach us about other ways to approach harm and repair?
In this online session we will listen to Ali Gohar and have the opportunity to engage with him and each other in dialogue to better understand these indigenous restorative justice systems and how we might apply their wisdom in our own lives and communities.
To read more about Ali Gohar, please visit his website: Restorative Justice – JUST PEACE INITIATIVES (justpeaceint.online)
This course will involve:
On the booking form, there is a chance for you to let us know about any accessibility or communication adjustments that will enable you to participate more fully in the course. Automated Zoom closed captions are available for all live sessions but if you feel you require more accurate closed captioning please email us directly in addition to booking.