NCDD is excited to partner with the National Association for Community Mediation to offer a joint networking event for our members!
Join us Tuesday, November 2nd at 7:00pm Eastern/4:00pm Pacific for an informal networking and conversation space. NCDD’s Executive Director Courtney Breese will lead participants through some speed networking, and then participants will propose conversations they would like to have. The session is scheduled for 90 minutes.
Join us to mix and mingle, propose topics of interest and meet with similarly interested people from the dialogue, deliberation and conflict resolution spaces. In addition to your fellow NCDDers, participants will have the opportunity to get to know people working in community mediation across the country. Community mediation centers across the country work on conflict resolution and prevention, and have been doing more to address violence, division, and hate in their communities! This is an exciting opportunity to share your work and explore what might be possible when D&D and CR people put their heads together and collaborate. Register to join us today!
The National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) supports peacemakers by being the hub for advancing the work of community mediation, aggregating the wisdom of community mediation and amplifying the voice of community mediators. NAFCM’s purpose, as a membership association of peacemakers who employ the practices and values of community mediation, is to help these peacemakers to create safe spaces for the transformation of conflict to opportunities for engagement, resolution and partnership through the work and will of the participants and those impacted. Learn more at www.nafcm.org.
The National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation (NCDD) is a network of innovators who bring people together across divides to discuss, decide, and take action together effectively on today’s toughest issues. NCDD serves as a gathering place, a resource center, a news source, and a facilitative leader for this vital community of practice. Learn more at www.ncdd.org.