C-DRUM Training & Events
Upcoming Training & Events
- October 21, 2015: International Academy of Mediators Welcome Reception. The International Academy of Mediators 2015 fall conference, “Recognition, Dialogue, and Reconciliation” will take place in Baltimore. The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law will host the evening reception for conference attendees and invited guests. Learn More »
- October 22, 2015: Academy of Professional Family Mediators 2015 Conference. This year’s conference focuses on “Selling Peace in an Adversarial World”. Toby Guerin and a panel of colleagues will present on “What Are We Doing and What Matters: The Impact of Specific ADR Strategies and Approaches.” Learn More »
- November 13, 2015: Innovations in Family Dispute Resolution. This one day conference brings together academics, practitioners, and consumers to explore the emerging practices in the field of family dispute resolution. Registration information and program details are coming soon. Learn More »
- March 17-19, 2016: East Coast Professional Skills Program. This comprehensive program provides three days and ten course options conducted by nationally recognized experts in dispute resolution. Registration is now open and early enrollment is recommended since many of the sessions fully subscribe.
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Recent Training & Events
June 17-22, 2015: International Conference on Conflict Resolution Education (CRE)- Human Rights and Conflict Resolution: Tensions and Opportunities. On June 17-18th C-DRUM trainers will provide a two day pre-conference workshop which includes the International Institute for Restorative Practices’ trainings entitled Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively. This conference brings together college educators and students, K-12 educators, prevention specialists and state, local, national and international policy makers for pre-conference trainings, keynotes, workshops and networking designed for K-12 educators.
June 2-5, 2015: Canadian Domestic Violence Conference.The conference is designed to foster effective conversations about domestic violence and showcase grassroots initiatives. Professor Leigh Goodmark will deliver a keynote presentation on “Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence: Exploring the Possibilities.” Learn more »
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