The purpose of this workshop is to develop skills to resolve conflict within our groups, deepen our understanding of conflict dynamics, and explore long-term strategies to build a climate of equity, constructive communication and internal cooperation. This workshop will provide participants with space to discuss and practice de-escalation and conflict resolution methods.
Note: This workshop is currently at capacity. We will release more tickets if there are cancellations. Please contact email@example.com to add your name to the waiting list.
Date: Saturday October 24, 2015
Time: 1- 4 PM
Location: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Room 4426
252 Bloor Street West
Trainers: Brook Thorndycraft has taught Interpersonal Communication and Restorative Justice at George Brown College, and has been involved in resolving conflicts in a number of community, personal and work settings. She sees conflict as an important part of communication, and enjoys figuring out how to make it constructive, rather than destructive.
Accessibiity: All workshops are held in wheelchair accessible spaces. There are single stall, gender neutral washrooms available on some floors of the building. More information on accessibility will be provided once the room is confirmed.
Please contact: Contact Lindsay at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the workshop.
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