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(CANCELLED) Mediation in Pluralistic Societies: The Dialogue Continues

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Law Society of Upper Canada

130 Queen Street West

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Toronto, ON M5H 2N6

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SUMMARY: Living in a pluralist society raises opportunities for dispute resolvers to learn from practices that are culturally, ethnically and religiously diverse and aware. This year the focus is on:

The Role of Compassion and Restorative Processes in Dispute Resolution.

Come hear and dialogue with a panel of dispute resolvers who share their strategies and practices from a wide range of communities. Compassion is a concept that crosses cultures and communities. Restorative processes can play a role in outcomes. Explore with this panel how to integrate these concepts in practice.

A panel of expert dispute resolvers:

Dr. Aslam Daud Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at Canada,
Sharon Shore Family Lawyer,
Ryan Walsh, Aboriginal Legal Services,
Mike Leuty, Accredited Family Mediator,
Barbara Benoliel,
Preferred Solutions Inc. and,
Hilary Linton, Riverdale Mediation Ltd.
Shehenaz Manji, a volunteer with the Ismaili Conciliation and Arbitration Board


Event Sponsors: mediate393 and Preferred Solutions

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