Return of Conflict Resolution Lately

Below are a list of monthly round-up of interesting articles, writings, and podcasts related to conflict resolution topics, by Jacqueline Fehr. Kari D. Boyle, New Skills for Lawyers and Conflict Management Professionals, slaw.ca (28 February 2019) Jill Tanz, Using Neuroscience to Understand Stress and Improve Mediation, mediate.com (22 February 2019) John Wade, Evaluative Mediation -... Continue Reading →

Conflict Discussions: Session 1

Conflict Resolution and Natural Landscapes: Reflections on Into the Wild and the Alaskan Wilderness Facilitated by Aaron Leakey Recently, I took a trip to Alaska and spent time in Anchorage, Fairbanks, and Seward, where my partner and I explored glaciers, hiked, and sought natural wonders in deep winter’s midst. I was struck by the ice at the... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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