Transforming criminal justice through system change work and community engagement
The Peacemaking Institute is a national non-profit that launches Peacemaking Academy programs with community and system partners who seek innovative criminal justice reform.
Application & Programming
Coaching & Mentorship
System & Community Partnership
Co-Design a “Win-Win”
TRANSFORMING CONFLICT INTO OPPORTUNITIES
“Some people think that making peace is about reconciling wtih others. To me, making peace is about facing my own demons.”
– YOUTH PARTICIPANT
“Maybe the one true antidote to youth violence is to surround young people before they do something irrevocable, in a circle with people who care about them and are willing to spend the time and to do the follow up and to show them that we care.”
A once and future peace
Directed by Eric Daniel Metzgar (Emmy award winner)
Screening: Stay tuned & please check back for the next film screening.
A Seattle-based restorative justice program based on Indigenous peacemaking circles aims to bring healing to families and communities while breaking the cycle of incarceration.
Saroeum Phoung was honored to be a panelist at the National Judicial College’s 60th anniversary...
February 2023, Saroeum Phoung, was invited to participate in a panel discussion on Community...
Saroeum Phoung, guest speaker at the National Center on Restorative Justice held at the University...