The Paradox of Being an Indigenous Restorative Justice Practitioner

When: December 13, 2014

Guest: Harley Eagle

Harley Eagle is of the Dakota/Anishinabe First Nations, enrolled in the Wapaha Ska Dakota First Nations Reserve, in Saskatchewan, Canada. He is the co-coordinator of Indigenous Work for Mennonite Central Committee Canada and serves as the co-chair of the KAIROS Indigenous Rights Circle. Harley will provide his perspective on restorative justice based on his cultural and personal experience as a practitioner. He will also speak on the impact of unresolved historical trauma and its effects on conflict in Indigenous settings as well as what it might mean for Restorative Justice.