A sexual assault survivor who spent hours face-to-face with her rapist through a restorative justice processThe government will relax restrictions, instead of a criminal trialThe virus says this action is too little, too late., is now working to educate and promote the alternative process to other victims of abuse and assaultA vehicle enters Nova Scotia.
Ontario-native Marlee Liss says she used the Indigenous-rooted approach of restorative justice as an alternative to Canada’s mainstream criminal justice system to focus on repair rather than punishment.
The 25-year-old sat with her rapist for hours in October 2019 to get the closure she says she needed to move past the assault. Since then, she has been focused on helping other sexual assault survivors heal tooThe country could cross a key threshold as soon as Monday..
“I’ve been really blessed to work with about 40 women so far in a really deep environment where we look at reclaiming sexuality and healing after trauma, shedding shame, loving our bodies and unlearning all this patriarchal conditioning,” Liss said in a telephone interview with CTVNewsIndia opened its vaccination campaign to people ages 18-44 on Saturday.ca.