TV, Radio, Print and Online Interviews
Vancouver Magazine: What Could Restorative Justice Mean for Vancouver’s Court System? | July 7, 2021
Our restorative justice initiative has already made the news! Thanks Vancouver Magazine and Nathan Caddell for featuring our launch. After months of extensive outreach, we’ve had a powerful beginning with diverse stakeholders gathering, including representatives from city council, Indigenous leaders, police, BLM, court, Women Against Violence Against Women, LGBTQ2S+ and many more. Visit our website page for RJ Vancouver and stay tuned as our journey to justice continues!
OMTimes Radio: Dr. Evelyn Zellerer – What Else is Possible? | Apr 29, 2019
Guess what? This reality isn’t the only option there is! You can create and generate a different reality that works for you and that has greater kindness, harmony and peace. What if way more is possible than we have ever acknowledged? YOU have the capacity to change the world and create what seems impossible. On April 29, 2019, Venus Castleberg hosted Dr. Evelyn Zellerer to talk about the question: “What else is possible?”
Central Coast Voices: How Peace Circles Can Create Change | Oct 18, 2018
Join host Fred Munroe as he speaks with Dr. Evelyn Zellerer along with Doreen Liberto, with Ecologistics as they discuss the the invitation of Circles and how the Circle process draws upon ancient and contemporary wisdom in a way that opens up different and greater possibilities to create change.
Alternative Dispute Resolution British Columbia interview | July 2018
Restorative Justice on the Rise, Peace Alliance | March 21, 2013
One hour program with guest Dr. Evelyn Zellerer and host Molly Rowan Leach
Bill Good Radio Show CKNW 980 | March 12, 2012
Bill Good has Dr. Evelyn Zellerer back for a more in-depth discussion on Restorative Justice, its benefits, and how it can help Vancouver heal after the riots.
Radio Show CKNW 980 | June 30, 2011
Explore restorative justice after the Vancouver riot with Dr. Evelyn Zellerer and other expert panelists.
People First Radio | Sept 29, 2011
“Preserving Restorative Justice: Advocates fear the federal government’s strong emphasis on incarceration and punishment will push healing to the side.”
With Evelyn Zellerer, restorative justice practitioner, Manjit Virk, restorative justice advocate whose 14 year old daughter Reena was murdered and Anne Marie Hagan, restorative justice advocate whose father was killed in front of her.
Evelyn Zellerer was interviewed by national reporter Douglas Quan for his article on Harper’s omnibus crime bill legislation. Versions of the article were picked up across the nation, including for example:
Ottawa Citizen| Sept 24, 2011
Mandatory minimum terms push restorative justice aside
Edmonton Journal| Sept 24, 2011
Tories put restorative justice on back burner
The Province| Sept 23, 2011
Are ‘tough-on-crime’ Tories shutting door to restorative justice?
Georgia Straight | June 24, 2011
Restorative justice would help Vancouver heal after riot
Contact us if you would like to book Dr. Evelyn Zellerer for a media interview or event.