Reading Conflict Year End Review

Monday, December 2nd 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm PST   Join us Monday to talk about the year of Reading Conflict. Whether you joined for one session or all of them, we'd love to hear your opinion on and take-aways from the wide variety of topics covered. What insights into Conflict Resolution Practice did you... Continue Reading →

Ethics Workshop

Capacity and Privacy 2019 Annual Ethics Workshop Facilitated by Joan Braun and Amanda Semenoff Thursday December 5, 2019 5:30pm - 7:30pm PST   New Location Alert! Please join us at the Speakers Series new location at MNP located on the 22 floor, MNP Tower, 1021 West Hastings Joining us online? https://zoom.us/j/873923866

New Mediators Online Practice Sessions

Online Practice Sessions Tuesday, November 12th, 19th, and 26th 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm PST We will practice a variety of mediation skills through online mediums like video chat, audio calls and text based interactions in small groups. Each Session will consist of a joint discussion through Zoom, then small group exercises and a group debrief. ... Continue Reading →

Reading Conflict: Gamifying Good

Gamifying Good: Playing D&D for Charity with Darsey Meredith & Rowan Meredith November 4th  5:30 pm - 7:00 pm PST From Darsey Meredith & Rowan Meredith  Rowan and Darsey volunteer together as Regional Representatives for Canada West at Random Acts (randomacts.org) – an organization that focuses on changing the world, one act of kindness at... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately

Below is a monthly round-up of interesting articles, writings and podcasts related to conflict resolution topics by Jacqueline Fehr. Peter Boghossian and James Lindsay, “You can disagree better” NYT Opinion (series of videos) Lawrence Susskind, “15 things you need to know about environmental negotiations” PON Blog (26 September 2019) Katie Shonk, “3 Types of Conflict... Continue Reading →

Reading Conflict: Gossip

Gossip: Exploring the possible values of gossip through audio drama with Amanda Semenoff October 7 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm PST From Amanda Semenoff As a huge fan of audio drama I want to share a show that really has me thinking about the role of gossip in our lives and in conflict resolution practice.... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately – Back to School Edition

Below is a round-up by Jacqueline Fehr of interesting academic articles related to conflict resolution topics which came to Sharon Sutherland and Jacqueline Fehr’s attention as students prepared to return to classes in September 2019.   We thought you might like to read these along with us this fall! Peter Kenneth Cashman and Eliza Ginnivan, “Digital... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately

Below is a monthly round-up of interesting articles, writings, and podcasts related to conflict resolution topics by Jacqueline Fehr. Walter Brynjolfson, “Access to Justice: What does it mean and how are we doing?” Mediatebc.com (11 July 2019) Laurie Israel, “Why Retainers are Important to the Mediation Process”, Mediate.com (12 July 2019) Frederick Way, “Celebrating Pride... Continue Reading →

Join us at Vancouver Fringe Festival !

On September 8th, join fellow conflict resolution colleagues for an afternoon of Fringe-style CPD! For the past two years, CoRe Conflict Resolution Society (CoRe) has invited conflict resolution colleagues to join its members at the Vancouver Fringe Festival and to meet after a selected show for refreshments and a group debrief of conflict themes, practices, and lessons... Continue Reading →

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