We’re busier than we’ve ever been! Seems the world is ready for greater peace and possibilities.

Check out our highlights and invites.

“I spend a lot of time in zoom meetings. This is something so different.”
– Virtual Circle Participant


Coaching, Facilitating & Training


Carcross/Tagish First Nation

Honoured to be facilitating a four-month learning journey of peacemaking with Carcross/Tagish First Nation in the Yukon.
Participants gather in person while Dr. Evelyn Zellerer connects virtually. Inspired by this amazing group and self-governing Indigenous Nation.


Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada

A productive, encouraging day spent with Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Dr. Evelyn Zellerer facilitated staff in relationship and team building, with a focus on identifying guiding shared values. It was a joy to work with graphic recorder Michelle Buchho, Cassyex Consulting.


Restorative Justice Salt Spring Island

We are delighted to be facilitating a 5-session journey of Coaching and Training in Peace Circles with the team at Restorative Justice Salt Spring Island. A heartfelt thank you to our host and program coordinator Darlene Gage.


Strathcona Community Policing Centre

Happy to provide an introduction to restorative justice for staff and Board of the Strathcona Community Policing Centre, Vancouver.
Congratulations on embarking on a new journey to bring RJ to your neighbourhood!


Building Partnerships for Restorative Justice
in Vancouver

Months of extensive outreach led to our first stakeholders meeting in April for “Building Partnerships for Restorative Justice in Vancouver”.

Bringing together diverse representatives, including City Councillors, Black Lives Matter, police, Indigenous leaders, victim services, court, interfaith, LGBTQ+ and many more. The introduction round was inspiring!

British Columbia Logo: "Supported by the Province of British Columbia"Coordinated by Dr Evelyn Zellerer, Catherine Bargen and Aaron Lyons. We partnered with Just Outcomes to receive a grant through Civil Forfeiture Funds from the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General BC.

This exciting, challenging work continues on unceded, traditional xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) territory.



What a gift to be back with Brazil!

Over 100 participants joined a webinar as part of an advanced course for facilitators. We appreciate the invitation for Dr. Evelyn Zellerer to contribute.

Impressed by participants – judges, lawyers, teachers, psychologists, mediators and more – implementing restorative practices and peace circles, including in courts.

Thanking coordinators Leoberto Brancher, Afonso Konzen, and translator Fátima De Bastiani. Hosted by Association of Judges of Rio Grande Do Sul – AJURIS – Associação dos Juízes do RS, por meio da Escola Superior Da Magistratura (ESM) – Escola da AJURIS.


Private Clients

We receive requests to facilitate a variety of situations, some involving harm. We also have a few special clients for one-on-one sessions.

For example, one case involved a breach by a therapist with a client.

Acknowledging the courage to engage in deeper conversations and change.

Ripples in the water “Most skillful facilitation I’ve ever seen.
You set the bar way out beyond the stratosphere.”

While we don’t offer therapy, our processes can be therapeutic and transformative.


Resources & Inspiration

There are so many opportunities to engage around the world!
Spotlighting some colleagues:

Text: Guiding schoolwide restorative transformation. Relational Schools 2021 - World eConference - Now open for the rest of the year! Relational Schools 2021
Now extended to December! All presentations from leaders around the world available for viewing.
Get your tickets!
Peace of the Circle is a proud event partner.


European Forum for Resotrative Justice (EFRJ):
Check out many upcoming events! For example:
Anti-LGBT Hate Crime and Restorative Justice, 7 May

The Forgiveness Project:
If you’re interested in the complex, messy topic of forgiveness, we recommend The Forgiveness Project and the F Word Podcast by Marina Cantacuzino.

Canadian Restorative Justice Consortium:
Call to all restorative justice programs in Canada – your input will assist CRJC to update a database that will be publicly shared.

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United Through Music
Playing For Change is a movement to inspire and connect the world through music. Co-founders Mark Johnson and Whitney Kroenke.

We appreciate musicians and artists!


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