Blog Archives

“DAD, WE NEED A MEDIATOR.”

Matt Daniels, guest blogger, is a volunteer with NCRC and splits his time between doing leadership development work and overseeing construction at the Nashville Zoo.

August, 29, 2017

It was Monday, and my 17-year old texted to ask if she could go to the mall after practice instead of coming straight home.  

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NCRC’s Year In Middle Tennessee

Check out NCRC’s impact on Tennessee (and a bit into Kentucky) in the year spanning June 1, 2016-June 1, 2017. This is a map of our participants by their residential zip code, laid over a map of TN counties. We had quite a year, and we are very proud to serve so many deserving Tennessee residents who benefitted from our restorative mediation practice.

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NEW INTERNS

June 15, 2017

This 2017 summer, two interns have joined the Nashville Conflict Resolution Center team to add some extra hands and help out. They come to us through the Mayor’s Opportunity NOW initiative, and their salaries are generously provided by the engaged and visionary HCA Foundation

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MEDIATORS STUDY RESILIENCE AT WESTMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN

May 23, 2017

Earlier this month, NCRC joined with Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee to screen the documentary film, Resilience: The Biology Of Stress & The Science Of Hope. Several staff members had seen the film already, and we agreed that sharing it with all of our mediators would be of tremendous value to them and,

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THANKS TO WNE LAW STUDENTS

March 22, 2017

If you want to know what discipline, talent, teamwork, creativity, energy, and sparkling good humor look like in action, you need to meet these law students from Western New England University School of Law. Twenty talented students spent their Alternative Spring Break with us, producing a prodigious amount of much-needed research with aplomb.

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