NEXT ON THE AGENDA
July 11, 2017: “Mediation and the Spectrum of Restorative Practices”
12:00-1:15 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation (see below for details)
Phyllis Hildreth (Professor and Academic Director, Institute for Conflict Management) will guide a discussion of the role that mediators might play across a broad spectrum of Restorative Practices. To what degree is mediation scalable? What are the similarities and differences in the skill sets required for different types of “restorative justice”? This discussion and invitation to action is a timely one for our growing city, as both government and citizen groups increasingly seek to include Restorative Practices, including mediation, in our collective response to conflict.
1.25 hours of CME General Continuing Education approved.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON OUR LUNCH & LEARN PROGRAM
WHAT Lunch & Learns are noontime presentations and interactive workshops on a variety of topics relevant not only to mediators, but to anyone interested in the challenges and strategies of conflict resolution. The Lunch & Learn programs offer participants the chance to network, discuss current issues relevant to mediation, and sharpen communication skills.
WHEN Every other month beginning in January, on the 2nd Tuesday of the month
WHERE Cathedral of the Incarnation, Third Floor, 2015 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37203 (except for the May event, see above)
TIME 12 noon – 1:15 pm
- Presentation is free to the public
- CME credit: Free for active NCRC volunteers; $10 for others
- CLE credit: $15 for active NCRC volunteers; $25 for others IF APPLICABLE
- Lunch is now BROWN BAG.
*an active volunteer = one who has mediated with NCRC a minimum of 1 time within the last two months