MBBI will have a booth at the convention, and is looking for social media and booth volunteers. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to volunteer. Find more information about the conference and register for it here.
Present Past: Time, Memory, and the Negotiation of Historical Justice at Columbia University, New York City
Register for the Rotarian Action Group for Peace conference here.
Persistent Human Divides: Creative Initiatives for Communication, Collaboration, and Cohesion at Cardozo School of Law is a Symposium exploring innovations in the development of dispute resolution teaching, training and tools, including:
- Dispute resolution curriculum for our times
- An important role for art in expanding perspectives
- The role of journalists in shaping their readers’ understanding of conflicts
- Peacemaking circles to promote healing and harmony in families and communities
- Facilitation and training for groups needing cohesion and community
Speakers include MBBI’s: Prabha Sankaranarayan (CEO), Brad Roth (MBBI-NY Chair), and Ashok Panikkar (CitizenDEMOS); as well as MBBI partners Professor Maria Volpe (CUNY) and Rev. Philip Blamo (Eastern Regional Vice President of ULAA).
MBBLA is registered for the opportunities fair booth and volunteers are needed on October 21st at the booth to raise awareness about MBBLA. All volunteers will receive a discounted admission to the SCMA conference; instead of paying $295, you only pay $95! Please click here to sign up for one of three time slots: 8am – 10am, 12pm – 2pm, or 4pm – 5:30pm