Nermin Karim graduated from UBC Law with a specialization in Social Justice. She is grateful for her two years of involvement with the Jane Doe Network that significantly impacted her learnings around violence against women. Her opportunities with the Rise Women’s Legal Centre, Atira Legal Advocacy and articling position with West Coast LEAF have all contributed to her current intersectional perspective. For the past two years, she has been the Restorative Response Program (RRP) Manager at North Shore Restorative Justice Society where they receive a wide assortment of files diverted from the police including sexual assault. The goal in the RRP program is to empower victims with choice and voice in the process, and provide offenders an opportunity to understand the impacts of their actions, make amends in whatever way is possible, and prevent future re-offending.