Nepal Forum for Restorative Justice and Nagarik Aawaz are organizing a three-day training on “Addressing Gender and Family Violence through Restorative Justice” from 29-31 May, 2019 in Kathmandu, Nepal.
This training will be focussed on ways to address gender and family violence using a restorative justice lens. Gender violence is a growing concern these days and when ‘settlement-oriented’ approaches have not significantly helped change this problem, restorative justice offers a huge potential in addressing the causes and consequences of the violence. The needs for healing, empowerment, and accountability are best addressed by restorative justice, if done properly. With this training, we want to develop a deeper understanding of this violence and equip ourselves with the necessary insights and skills that can help us facilitate in such events of violence.
Date, Time, Venue
Date: 29-31 May, 2019
Time: 10:00am-5:00 pm
Venue: SAP Falcha, Babarmahal, Kathmandu
NRs. 2500 (Two thousand and five hundred Nepalese rupees). The fee covers lunch, tea, snacks, training materials and a certificate of participation.
For those who think that they would extremely benefit from the training but have financial barriers to pay this registration fee, a limited number of need-based scholarships are available. If you would like to apply for the waiver of registration fees, please state that in your application.
How to apply for the training
Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
explaining why you want to attend this training, Also send us your brief bio
and contact number
Deadline of application:
Send us your applications by May 15, 2019.
About the trainers/facilitators
, MD, MPH is the main facilitator of this training. She is the Director of Hawai`i Friends of Restorative Justice (USA), a nonprofit that provides programs to help improve the justice system by giving individuals the opportunity to engage in civic processes to address healing and reconciliation when social injustice and wrongdoing occurs. She has an extensive experience of working on restorative justice. Lorenn was a Deputy Attorney General for the State of Hawai’i from 1984-1994 and ever since a strong advocate for Restorative Justice. Her brief bio can be found here: http://lorennwalker.com/biography/
Ram Tiwari is the co-facilitator of this training. He is the Founder of Nepal Forum for Restorative Justice and has an expansive experience of working to introduce, promote and establish restorative justice in Nepal and beyond.