Dialogue for Peaceful Change (DPC) mediation training

Sunday, April 3, 2011 - 23:00 to Friday, April 8, 2011 - 17:00

This international program synthesizes methodologies used in community-based conflict mediation, providing effective tools and strategies for analyzing and addressing conflicts. Applicable to conflicts and disputes in communities, families and organizations, it moves beyond traditional mediative methods, focusing on conflict content, culture and spirituality. Experiential processes allow for the practice and application of the stages and tools of conflict mediation, in a realistic context.

Receive international accreditation as a DPC Mediator upon completion.

Leadership: Ishbel Munro is a Certified DPC and Henson College Mediator. Stephen Law is a certified DPC Coach who offers trainings in Northern Ireland, India and North America. Ron Kelly is a DPC Facilitator.

Cost: $925 ($530 tuition + $395 meals/accommodation. Bursaries available.)

Tatamagouche Centre
259 Loop Route 6 Highway 6
B0K 1V0 Tatamagouche , NS
Canada
45° 42' 0" N, 63° 17' 60" W
Nova Scotia CA
April 03 19:00-22:00, April 08 13:00-17:00
Katja Burtis

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