Implement Peacemaking

Be sure also to check our page of existing tribal codes and models.

December 11-13, 2014. On the reservation of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahilla Indians, California. 14th National Indian Nations Conference: Justice for Victims of Crime, with the theme "Generational Voices Uniting for Safety, Justice, and Healing."

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DUE DATE: Various
The Bureau of Justice periodically offers grants to assist tribal justice systems and programs that support reentry and reduce recidivism. To see the grants that currently are available visit the Bureau of Justice web page on funding.


The advisory committee of the Indigenous Peacemaking Initiative (IPI) combined has decades of experience implementing peacemaking programs. If you would like assistance implementing peacemaking in your tribe or Native community, we may be able to help. In the past, members of our committee have given presentations, developed curricula, and provided training and technical assistance. Please contact Scott Jacket at 303-447-8760 to discuss how we might be able to assist you.

Find out what is happening in other tribes, by viewing the results of the IPI 2011 survey results and the subsequent analysis.

 

Red Hook peacemaking program : program guide for court referrals
2014. Center for Court Innovation.

Navajo Peacemaking: Implications For State Justice Systems From Indigenous Practice. Honorable Robert Yazzie. Justice as Healing: A Newsletter on Aboriginal Concepts of Justice. 2013. Vol. 18, No. 4.