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Case Study: Restorative Empowerment for Youth Pilot Training Program for Girls of Color

The Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality’s Initiative on Gender Justice & Opportunity has partnered with Restorative Empowerment for Youth (REY) to offer and evaluate a pilot online restorative justice program developed for girls of color to support more inclusive, culturally responsive, and connected learning environments in Fall 2020. Download the Case Study: Restorative Empowerment for Youth Pilot Training Program for Girls of Color to learn more.

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Restorative Justice Practices

School-Based Restorative Justice: State-by-State Analysis

This fact sheet presents the results of our 50-state assessment of School-Based RJ legislative trends. We found that 21 states and the District of Columbia have enacted legislation supporting use of RJ in schools.

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School & Pushout

Increasing School Connectedness for Girls: Restorative Justice as a Health Equity Resource

This brief illustrates the need for school-based Restorative Justice policies and procedures for marginalized girls to achieve higher educational attainment and lifelong health benefits and success. The brief focuses on three key points: 1) education is a key social determinant of health; 2) feeling connected to school is crucial to health and school success; and 3) restorative justice can help marginalized girls feel connected to school.

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