w: 2004 02 (feb)

Seminar on ADR in Environmental Disputes

The U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution (www.ecr.gov) and the Federal Bar Association (www.fedbar.org) are sponsoring a one-day seminar, entitled "ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) in Environment, Natural Resources, and Land Use Disputes," to be held on Friday, February 27, 2004, in Washington, DC.

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Institute for Global Leadership course

On February 16-20 in New York City, the Institue for Global Leadership will offer a course called "Designing and Implementing Interventions for Global Change at the United Nations for a Culture of Peace."

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PCP's Inquiry as Intervention training

On February 10, the Public Conversations Project will offer its highly acclaimed training "Inquiry as Intervention: Crafting Questions with Purpose and Impact" in Boston, Massachusetts.

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Annual Institute on College Student Values

The Annual Institute on College Student Values (and reconvening of the Democracy Project's ?“Discussion, Dialogue, and Deliberation: Three-D Teaching and Learning?” working group) will take place in Tallahassee, Florida on February 5-7, 2004. For more info on the Institute program email .

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Creative Problem Solving Institute Winterfest

Held February 3-7 in San Diego, California, CPSI Winterfest is the place to immerse yourself in a wide range of creative thinking strategies. CPSI offers countless excellent programs and workshops in creative problem solving, creative thinking, innovation, facilitation, and personal performance. Winterfest delivers tools, techniques, models, and processes that expand individual potentials, abilities, and choices in personal and professional settings. Go to www.cpsiconference.com or contact Candace Wilborn at 540-568-6817 or .

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Citizens to Discuss Safety & Social Inclusion at Wosk Centre for Dialogue

Urban Traplines: Exploring Safety and Social Inclusion in the City will take place on Friday, February 20th, 2004, 7-9:30pm, at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. This free event provides a democratic space for citizens to explore the related issues of homelessness, increased visibility of poverty, mental illness and drug use on the streets and how these conditions challenge our notions of community standards of livability and public safety. United We Can, the non-profit recycling organization established by Ken Lyotier in the Downtown Eastside, has encouraged Simon Fraser University, the University of British Columbia and other organizations to convene this forum as a citizens' response to these problems. Participants will view Benoit Raoulx's Trap Lines, which examines the lives of "binners" in Vancouver, and have an opportunity to engage in dialogue with the filmmaker on our personal responses to homelessness. Pre-registration is required for this free event. For more information, please call 604.291.5100.

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