Forgiveness topic of Restorative Justice Oak Bay meeting

Wednesday night AGM open to the public

The question of whether to forgive or not forgive will be presented at Wednesday’s (Sept. 21) annual general meeting of Restorative Justice Oak Bay.

Ph.D candidate Jessica Rourke will lead discussion on whether or not there exist unforgivable offenses, as well as the role of forgiveness in the restorative justice process. A former offender who has gone through the process will also share their experience.

The meeting takes place at Oak Bay municipal hall, 2167 Oak Bay Ave.,  starting at 6 p.m., with speakers beginning at 6:45 p.m. Refreshments will be served.

Please rsvp to rjob.chair@gmail.com. For more information about the group go to www.rjob.ca.

vmoreau@oakbaynews.com

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