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1104, 2018

RNW Spring Newsletter

By | April 11th, 2018|Community, Restorative Justice, Social Justice, Training Workshops|

The Resolutions Northwest team has been hard at work training organizations and institutions around equity and centering youth voices around leadership, restorative justice and social justice. Our Equity training team recently facilitated 10 sessions with over 300 judges and staff for the Multnomah Circuit Court – working to impact change at the individual, institutional, and systemic level.

2703, 2018

2018 YouthFirst Conference

By | March 27th, 2018|Community, Restorative Justice, Social Justice|

On March 10, our two youth interns led a remarkable YouthFirst Conference for Portland-area youth at the Boys & Girls Club. Abby Alvarez and Rimona Araya joined RNW as summer youth interns in July 2017 through our Youth Legacy Internship. They participated in several of our Restorative Justice trainings and then continued to research, plan,

2703, 2018

2018 Spirit of Carrie Jo Award

By | March 27th, 2018|Community, Dialogue, Restorative Justice, Social Justice|

Resolutions Northwest staff members are committed to celebrating the spirit of long-term staff member Carrie Jo Stairs on or around February 5th (Carrie Jo’s Birthday), during which we acknowledge one (or two!) of the RNW volunteers who most embody the “Spirit of Carrie Jo.” Carrie Jo touched our lives in many ways. We appreciate the

2703, 2018

Restorative Justice: Spring Newsletter

By | March 27th, 2018|Community, Restorative Justice, Social Justice|

In our Restorative Justice Spring Newsletter we've included resources for walkouts, trainings, updates, appreciation, and a recap of our 2018 YouthFirst Conference on restorative justice, equity, and community. With your schools and youth communities, we invite you to consider: Holding space for events including circles around the impact of violence in your community (resource: Circle

1601, 2018

Thank you for making our 2017 giving campaign a success!

By | January 16th, 2018|Community, News|

Thank you for your generous contributions to Resolutions Northwest for our end of the year campaign! We met our goal. Your efforts brought us to our final tally of $27,000! Special thanks to the OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation, Give!Guide, Solid Ground Consulting, our anonymous match donors, and each of you! [Read more]