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We honour the legacies of Transformative, Restorative & Healing Justice work developed by Indigenous, Black & People of Colour communities, by women, poor people, 2SLGBTQ folks, disabled communities and abolitionist movements, among others.
Our mission is informed by a commitment to transformative justice, based on the work of Rittenhouse: A New Vision (RANV) founder Ruth Morris. Transformative justice is a perspective that emerged from indigenous justice practices. It focuses on healing, rather than revenge, and considers questions of justice and injustice in relation to both interpersonal and social-structural issues. Transformative Justice is concerned with the promotion of just processes as well as just outcomes, and assumes that the two are inherently linked. A transformative approach views conflict as an opportunity to work with affected parties and communities to address underlying sources of harm, and to transform those conditions. It assumes that the people most affected by conflict should be directly involved in processes of resolution and justice, to the greatest extent possible. Transformative Justice recognizes the importance of accountability and responsibility, both for individuals and for organizations involved in justice work. It seeks non-exclusionary outcomes that maintain relationships between people and communities.
Read more about our approach and our work on our website https://www.rittenhouseanv.com/