No Justice
Without Peace

Periodically, peacemakers from across the nation come together for learning and discussion. Learn more and see photos from the April 2014 gathering...

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Learn More About

What is peacemaking? What is its history and how is it being used today? Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions and research materials to help you learn more about peacemaking practices. Read more...

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Would you like to start using peacemaking in your tribe or community? Here you can find information about conferences and trainings as well as tools and technical assistance to help you implement a peacemaking project. Read more...

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Models and
Tribal Codes

A number of tribes and communities already have developed peacemaking programs. We have collected some of the related laws and other models into this online collection. Read more...

  • "Case brought by Speaker Johnny Naize against members of Navajo Nation Council moved to peacemaking program..." Read more at the Navajo-Hopi Observer website. (May 13, 2014)
  • A uniquely Canadian incorporation of some peacemaking principles into sentencing—sometimes known as a “Gladue” court—after finding that aboriginal prisoners were disproportionately represented in prisons.  Read more at the Brantford Expositor website. (May 9, 2014)

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