[Sust-mar] Dialogue for Peaceful Change: Community Conflict Mediation Training
meghan at tatacentre.ca
Tue Feb 18 15:22:37 EST 2014
Dialogue for Peaceful Change: Community Conflict Mediation Training
March 2-7, Sun 7 pm to Fri 1 pm at Tatamagouche Centre
Learn and practice the skills to become a community-based conflict mediator
and receive international accreditation. Leadership: Stephen Law, Amanda
What is it?
Dialogue for Peaceful Change (DPC) is an international program that has
brought together the best methodologies from around the world in community
based conflict mediation, providing effective tools and strategies for
analyzing and addressing conflicts.
This is a program applicable to conflicts and disputes in communities,
families and organizations moving beyond traditional mediative methods,
focusing on conflict content, culture and spirituality. The experiential
processes allow practice of the stages of conflict mediation and to apply
the tools of "meditative behavior" in a realistic context. Participants
receive international accreditation as DPC Facilitators upon completion.
Program Details: https://www.tatacentre.ca/index.php/programs/details/2038
Contact Tatamagouche Centre: www.tatacentre.ca or 1-800-218-2220
Program Cost: $840 ($50 DPC International certification+$397 tuition+$393
Local Price: $605 (program cost without overnight, without breakfast)
Please register at least 2 weeks in advance to secure you place in this
program. Bursaries available.
"I would recommend this to anyone - very transformative, inspirational,
interesting, and challenging." - past participant
"People from various cultural, racial, groups learned that they can respect
each other, value each other, be who they are and still work together
towards peaceful change." - past participant
"This is the best of the many excellent Tatamagouche programs I have taken"
- past participant
259 Loop Route 6
Tatamagouche, NS B0K 1V0
Office hours: Mon-Wed
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