CCJC Board member Sarah Chandler works with human rights-based restorative justice and restorative practices programs for youth in Lillooet BC and in Montreal.  Ms. Chandler’s experience working with local youth on human rights and conflict resolution was recently profiled in the Lillooet News as part of Restorative Justice Week.

“Eleanor Roosevelt said change happens in small places close to home, and that’s what we’re trying to do with the Restorative Justice program. To change the way people deal with harmful behaviour. To try to bring our community into a healthier place. To try to lay the groundwork among children for respect for human dignity and rights.” – Sarah Chandler

Click here to read the 21 November Bridge River Lillooet News article about Ms. Chandler’s work with youth in her community.

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