Missed the Virtual Conflict Resolution Conference? Here's your opportunity to catch some of the highlights!
Last Kick at the Can 2020
Wednesday, December 16, 2020
9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Who should attend: Lawyers, law students, and other professionals whose practice includes negotiation, mediation, med-arb, and other forms of collaborative decision-making
Learning level: All levels
The global pandemic and the challenges emerging as a result have given way for many in the conflict resolution world to examine processes and potentially rebuild systems to better serve those in conflict. Innovators from around the world came together to share their work and discuss how the field is responding and shifting practices in ways we would never have thought possible prior to COVID-19. Don't miss the chance to hear from a line up of national and international experts who came together to share their ideas for reframing change and see it, not as an obstacle, but as an opportunity for growth.
A Tale of 2 Pandemics: Racism and the COVID-19 Season. Using ADR/Mediation and Anti-racism Techniques to Navigate Conflicts in Traumatic Times
Tonya Saheli — Associate Mediation Counsel/Attorney-Mediator, Bar Association of San Francisco, San Leandro, CA
Conflict Transformation in the Prison
Alice Shikina — Shikina Mediation & Arbitration, Oakland, CA
Youthquake—The Need for a Shakeup in Mediator Diversity
Brian Hutchinson — ADR Institute of BC, Vancouver
Anne-Marie Parent — North Shore Restorative Justice Society, North Vancouver
Ashmin Ratnam — Resolution Practitioner, FairWay Resolution Limited, Auckland, New Zealand
Anthony Syder — Principal Practitioner, Evergreen Resolution, Wales
Improving the Lives of Children by Delivering Family Dispute Resolution into New Zealand Prisons
Ashmin Ratman — Resolution Practitioner, FairWay Resolution Limited, Auckland, New Zealand
Presentation prepared by Keri Morris — Head of Family Services, Senior Resolution Practitioner, Fairway Resolution, Wellington, New Zealand
Law Society of BC CPD Hours: 4 hours (this course does not contain professional responsibility and ethics, client care and relations, and/or practice management)
Rowan Meredith — Delta
Sharon Sutherland — Mediate BC, Vancouver
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