Event March 7 – Consensus-Based Management

Consensus-Based Protected Area Management: Evolution, the Edéhzhíe Agreement and the Roles of the March 7th, 4:30-6:00 at 777 Dunsmuir, Floor 11   A 45-minute presentation focused on: the evolution of consensus-based protected area co-management, primarily in the NWT; the Edéhzhíe Agreement (2018) — Canada’s first jointly designated and protected Indigenous protected area and national wildlife... Continue Reading →

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Event Feb 19 – Non-Verbal Communication

Communicating Effectively Through Non-Verbals February 19th, 4:30-6:00 at 777 Dunsmuir, Floor 11 Good communication skills are taken for granted as ‘business as usual’, however we encounter miscommunications every single day. This blended Speaker Series-Workshop Event aims to help bring new insight into why many miscommunications occur: our non-verbal communication. Objectives of this session are to... Continue Reading →

CoRe Reads Happiness – Event

Thursday, January 31st from 4:30 - 6:30pm 777 Dunsmuir St, Floor 11 Join us at KPMG on Thursday, January 31st in a “book club” style discussion of the novel Happiness by Aminatta Forna. Following a facilitated decision-making process in fall 2018, Happiness was selected for what it brings to readers when examined through a conflict resolution... Continue Reading →

2019 Message from the President

Message from the President Welcome to 2019!    Last January I identified the predominant theme in CoRe’s 2017 activities as “growth”. We’ve seen this theme carried into 2018, but I’d suggest that CoRe has also increasingly focused on “community” - on building and supporting a community of conflict resolution professionals and in exploring ways to... Continue Reading →

Mediator Mingle + More!

Monday, Nov. 19 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm KMPG Vancouver, 777 Dunsmuir Following the CLE Conflict Resolution Conference, join us for a Mediator Mingle! Enjoy hors d'oeuvres and non-alcoholic beverages Meet and talk with conference faculty and participants For those with specific practice interests, CoRe board members will introduce you to faculty and participants... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution Week 2018

We hope everyone enjoyed Mediate BC's Conflict Resolution Week this year. We know we did! For those who missed any sessions or want to re-watch sessions of the CoRe board members, we have included the links below. Preparing for a Challenging Conversation Amanda Semenoff and C.D. Saint explore the 6 things you need in your backpack to turn... Continue Reading →

CoRe Reads – Persepolis

To coincide with Conflict Resolution Week’s “There’s Another Story” we are featuring our CoRe Reads book choices. Below Darsey Meredith outlines how Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi is a great story outlining conflict resolution in action. The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi is an auto-biographical story written in the form of a graphic novel. It follows the author’s... Continue Reading →

CoRe Reads – Happiness

To coincide with Conflict Resolution Week’s “There’s Another Story” we are featuring our CoRe Reads book choices. Below Julie Daum outlines how Happiness by Aminatta Forna is a great story outlining conflict resolution in action. In Happiness, Aminatta Forna invites us into not just one world but multiple worlds that collide and overlap, launching us... Continue Reading →

CoRe Reads – Blindness

To coincide with Conflict Resolution Week's "There's Another Story" we are featuring our CoRe Reads book choices. Below Aaron Leakey outlines how Blindness by José Saramago is a great story outlining conflict resolution in action. Imagine waking up to a Milky Sea of Whiteness—totally blind, by the light and not the dark. This is the... Continue Reading →

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