Professor and Basque historian José Antonio Azpiazu Elorza.
University of Pau Professor Robert Cario & victimology class students with Jose Luis De La Cuesta, Lorenn.
Restorative justice practitioner & PhD student Alberto Olalde, lawyer & PhD student Laura Pego Otero, Lorenn, and Dr. Gemma Maria Varona Martinez, Basque Criminology Institute.
Ways to Nakanaoli (the solution-focused way) training.
Santa Clara Island in the background.
Big surf Zurriola Beach and Urumea River, Donostia.
Francisco Javier García Bedoya Donostia prison director, Dr. Jose Luis De La Cuesta Basque Criminology director, Marian Moreno assistant director for prison treatment, Lorenn, and Miren Odriozola PhD Candidate in Criminal Law.
Lorenn in front of the Basque Institute of Criminology, which hosted her visit December 30, 2013 through March 2014.
Marina Cantacuzino, Churchill Fellow from London, England visits our restorative programs.
Rentry Circle Training. Reentry circle participants working in small groups.
Judges Leslie Kobayshi & Steven Alm receiving awards for judicial innovation.
Professors Aisling Parkes from Cork, Ireland and Sarah Gallagher from Vermont.
Child participation rights book co-editors Benedette Faedi and Tali Gal.
Juvenile Probation Service. Supervisor Shaul Shaber, Rina Ritta Head of Restorative Justice Unit, Northern Region of Israel, with brilliant lawyers and PhD candidates Carmit Klar and colleagues.
At the amazing Pali overlook with Charmaine Dodd, MA, Psy.D. from Chicago visiting Hawai'i solution-focused prison programs.
Lorenn is one of 4 women chosen as Leader of the Year, by Hawai'i YWCA.
Lorenn meets with Alaskan Native Polly Hyslop and Native Hawaiian Kahus Umi'a'li'loa Sexton, Kaleo Patterson, and Dr. Ha'aheo L.A. Guanson about restorative justice practices in Hawai'i and Alaska
Ajahn Sumedho original Western Forest Monk from Thailand and author of many books including "The Mind and the Way."
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Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai’i September 18, 2012 Judge Leslie Hayashi & Lorenn with judges from Thailand learning about restorative justice for workshop with Professor John Barkai (who kindly took this pic!).
Family Independence Initiative program, Kahi Mohala health institute, Hawai’i women’s prison.
Law & Society Conference
Training on solution-focused and restorative approaches for incarcerated people.
Read about this event in - The Monterey Herold! In Restorative Justice, Criminals and Victims Come Together to Heal Wounds By Julie Reynolds View PDF version
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