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Diversity among conference participants and presenters is very important to us.
The following information will help us determine how we are doing on our goals.
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under 18 ? 18 - 25 ? 26 - 35 ? 36 - 45 ? 46 - 55 ? 56 - 65 ? over 65
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Examples would be wheelchair assistance, a requirement of vegetarian or kosher food, etc.
The Conference from October 23 to 25, 2004:
Will you be participating in the conference?
(Only select "no" if you choose not to participate in the main conference and only plan to attend a post-conference training.)
?Yes? ?No Registration Fee: $450 -- Please note that the registration fee covers most meals, but does
not cover your lodging.
Post-Conference Trainings on October 26, 2004:
If you wish to attend a post conference training, select one training below. For more information about each training, look over the
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I will not be attending a post-conference training.
Training A??$150 Organizing and Moderating Sustained Dialogue to Transform Racial and Ethnic Conflicts in Communities, Corporations and Campuses (Harold Saunders and Priya N. Parker)
Training B ??$150 Convening and Moderating National Issues Forums (Senator Les Ihara and Taylor Willingham)
Introduction to Spiral Dynamics has been cancelled and replaced with a weekend workshop.
Training D??$150 Using Study Circles to Facilitate Community Dialogue and Support Citizen Action (Sally Campbell and Gloria Mengual)
Training E??$150 Dialogue to Reconciliation Using Nonviolent Communication (Miki Kashtan)
Training F??$150 An Introduction to Dynamic Facilitation, Choice-creating, and the Wisdom Council (Jim and Jean Rough)
Using Dialogue to Influence Decision Making in Your Organization has been cancelled.
Training H??$150 Inquiry as Intervention (Corky Becker)
Training I??$150 Addressing the Campus Climate for Diversity: Promoting Positive Intergroup Relations using Structured Intergroup Interaction Initiatives (Jesus Trevino, Lamont Sellers and Niki Latino)
Training J??$100 Planning, Facilitating, and Evaluating a City-wide Public Dialogue Process (Kim and Barnett Pearce)
Training K??$100 Experiencing Bohmian Dialogue (Lee Nichol and Ray Seigfried)
Training L??FREE Deliberating Public Issues Online: Using Democracy Lab in your Classes and for Student Civic Leadership Team Development (Jim Knauer)
Donations to the Conference Scholarship Fund:
Please consider making an additional contribution to the conference if you can. Your contribution to our scholarship program will help cover the expenses of those who may not otherwise be able to attend. Contributors to our scholarship fund will be listed in the conference program and on the website.
We are thrilled that you have decided to attend the 2004 National Conference on Dialogue & Deliberation. We look forward to seeing you in October!
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