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Community Justice Connect Launches

The Human Rights Commission of Newfoundland and Labrador has launched a conflict assistance clinic. It will provide conflict resolution services to residents, regardless of immigration status, who identify as Indigenous, racialized or a religious minority.

The service is free, voluntary and confidential.

Named "Community Justice Connect", the program is a place where people can find help to address concerns, conflicts and racism – direct, indirect or systemic.

Trained community facilitators will help people identify ways to address the conflict.

Using the principles of restorative justice, anti-racism and anti-oppression, Community Justice Connect can also help organizations improve relationships with Indigenous, racialized, and religious minority communities by working with the organization to design a conflict resolution process.


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