Change the Conversation, Change the Culture

by Peter Block on February 4, 2016

Tagged as: Gifts / Association / Cooperation / Acceptance of Fallibility / Forgiveness / Raising Children / Local Economy / Food / Safety / Health / Land/Environment / Care of People on the Margin

In his presentation, “Change the Conversation, Change the Culture,” at the International Institute for Restorative Practices 19th World Conference, Peter reviews the basis and protocols for the small group methodology of community engagement and talks about his views on the restorative movement: “Get over this notion that there’s something wrong with me, or that those people need to change. How are we going to create an alternative to the world that we’ve inherited? To me, that’s restorative.”

 

 

 

 

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