UC CIRI Events
UC CIRI runs a series of seminars on a wide variety of topics related to Indigenous issues and we also run networking events to encourage those people interested in Indigenous research to get together and talk .
Where possible, we have filmed or provided slides from the seminars which are available for download. Please note that these slides are subject to copyright and may not be used without the express permission of the author(s).
- Restorative Practice colloquium on Tuesday, 28th November 2017
- Workshop - Basics of Restorative Practice
- Yarning Circle - Lessons learnt on Restorative Practice
- Evening Seminar - Restorative Practice in Healthcare - the Value of Voice
"Restorative Practice is a philosophy, in action, that places respectful relationships at the heart of every interaction. This relational approach is grounded in beliefs about the equality, dignity and potential of all people and about the just structures and systems that enable people to thrive and succeed together”.
(Restorative Practices Whanganui (2014). Towards a Restorative City; Honoaki a Rongoki Whanganui. Workplaces. p.3).
If you wish to be advised of our events please email email@example.com with a request to be placed on our invitation list.
The University of Canberra Acknowledges the Ngunnawal People as the traditional custodians of the land on which our University stands. We are proud to support and work with our local, regional and national Indigenous People.