The purpose of this workshop is to provide techniques for resolving conflict within our groups, as well as long-term strategies to build a climate of equity, constructive debate and internal cooperation. This workshop will provide participants with space to discuss and practice de-escalation and conflict strategies
Time: Saturday, March 30th, 1 pm - 4 pm.
Location: University of Toronto, St. George Campus. Exact campus room location given to registrants a week before the event.
Trainer: 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.
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