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Blog Highlight: Growing Towards Justice For All—Addressing Oppression in Our Work

Three years ago, a staff member at SVJI wrote a blog titled, “Growing Towards Justice For All – Addressing Oppression in Our Work.” In the…

Frequently Asked TA Question: Conflict on Teams

Conflict. Some people love it and some people get very uncomfortable with it. It also happens almost any time you put people in the same…

Series on the Language of Community Justice: Part 3

Fatima Jayoma | Rural Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA To finish our three-part series on community justice language, we’ll be discussing the term “restorative justice”…

Series on the Language of Community Justice: Part 2

Fatima Jayoma | Rural Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Last week we started a series on the language of community justice with a discussion of…

Series on the Language of Community Justice: Part 1

Fatima Jayoma | Rural Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA You have probably noticed the words “community accountability,” “restorative justice,” and “transformative justice” floating around in…

Rural Realities Blog: Four Years In

This Rural Realities blog has now been around for four years. September 2016 – the world was a much different place. Our 230ish blog posts…

A Framework for SART Effectiveness: Part 7

Guest Blog by Katie Johnson | STOP Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Welcome to our seventh and final blog about SVJI’s new Framework for SART…

A Framework for SART Effectiveness: Part 6

On the blog today, we’re going to be learning about the first two of the four external factors that make up SVJI’s new Framework for…

A Framework for SART Effectiveness: Part 5

Guest Blog by Katie Johnson | STOP Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA Today’s post is about the final internal factor in SVJI’s new Framework for…

A Framework for SART Effectiveness: Part 4

Guest Blog by Katie Johnson | STOP Projects Coordinator at SVJI @MNCASA In today’s blog, we’ll cover two more of the six internal factors that…