CoRe Reads

Here is our choice! We are very excited to hit the books! Join us! [Previous post] Once again, CoRe is encouraging folks interested in conflict resolution to join us in reading on conflict themes. This time, however, we are doing something a little different... CoRe Reads is our riff on the well-known Canada Reads program,... Continue Reading →

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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 →

Writer’s Group – Fall Schedule

Our Fall Schedule is up! Click here for information about our Writer's Group.   2018 Fall Schedule October 19 – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm by phone October 27 (Saturday) – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, by phone November 3 (Saturday) – 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, by phone November 9 – 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm,... Continue Reading →

Documenting Mediated Outcomes

Join CoRe Speaker Series and New Mediator Group for a 2-Part Evening Focusing on Documenting Mediated Outcomes! RSVP Part 1 - Speaker Series Presentation with Kat Bellamano Wednesday, October 10th. 4:30 - 6:00pm KPMG Vancouver, University of Victoria Law Faculty, and Online Mediator, Arbitrator and Parenting Coordinator Kat Bellamano will explore the range of ways a mediated... Continue Reading →

Vancouver Fringe Fest ft. Mediate BC

Join CoRe and Mediate BC at the Vancouver Fringe Festival! For several years, Sharon Sutherland has encouraged conflict resolution professionals to seek opportunities to view live theatre, and to engage in reflection on the conflict resolution elements these shows offer. In particular, Fringe Festivals offer an incredible opportunity to see new theatre and hear new voices inexpensively. This... Continue Reading →

SpeedGeek Videos

We have now created an annual tradition of our SpeekGeeking series. This year, eight speakers gave micro-presentations on topics from concussion to hockey coaching. See them all here. Special thanks to all of our presenters: marilyn lemon Rowan Meredith Kent Highnam Lauren Florko Darsey Meredith Jereme Brooks Julie Daum Amanda Semenoff Dan Williams

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