w. 2005 09 (sep)

Online Deliberative Forum on Afro Descendent Participation Starting This Week!

Members of civil society throughout the Western Hemisphere who are interested in Afro Descendant issues are invited to participate in discussions that support the participation of Afro Descendants in the Inter-American system. Through an online deliberative forum, civil society will work together to establish shared strategies for raising the profile of Afro Descendant concerns in the Americas and for influencing hemispheric policy. Results of the deliberation will be shared with decision makers at the hemispheric level. Civil society members interested in Afro Descendant issues are encouraged to register and participate in the forum by visiting www.partners.net/hemisphericforum. The deliberation is being held September 19 to October 21, 2005. It will be conducted in English and Spanish with written submissions in Portuguese and French also accepted. Weekly and midweekly summaries will be provided in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. This online forum is an initiative of Partners of Americas?’ Center for Civil Society in collaboration with the Centro de Mujeres Afrocostarricenses, Global Rights, the Inter-American Foundation, the Inter-Agency Consultation on Race in Latin America, and the Inter-American Democracy Network. For more information, please visit the Partners of Americas' website listed above or contact Partners of the Americas at

Added by Amy Lang on September 18, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Corner Talk to Host Discussion on Hurricane Katrina

A new University of Georgia student organization called Corner Talk will host a public forum to discuss the effectiveness of Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. Corner Talk was organized by Melvin Hines Jr., a senior economics and political science major, and Vineet Reddy, a senior Spanish and pre-med major, to create dialogue between the university community and the Athens community on important national and local issues. The meeting will be held on September 20, 2005 at 7:30 p.m. at Hot Corner Coffee, at the corner of Hull and Washington Streets, Athens, Georgia. For more information contact Melvin Hines, Jr., at 706-357-1103, or email

Added by Amy Lang on September 18, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Heartland Institute Organizing Two Upcoming TeleConversations

Heartland Institute invites everyone to participate in two upcoming TeleConversations. The first, on September 20 is with Richard Leider, President of The Inventure Group. Ranked by Forbes as one of the "Top 5" most respected coaches, Richard is a best-selling author with thirty years experience in coaching people to live. Richard is a founding partner of The Inventure Group, a training and coaching firm. A pioneer in the field of career coaching, Richard has become an internationally respected author, speaker and a noted spokesman for "life skills" needed in the 21st century. On October 5 join in conversation with Elisabet Sahtouris, PhD Evolution Biologist, Futurist, Speaker and Consultant. Elisabet shows the relevance of biological systems to organizational design in businesses, government and global trade. Participation is free for Heartland Institute members and costs $15 each for non-membersl. Sign up to participate by visiting www.heartlandcircle.com/store/class_detail.cfm?CLASS_ID=26 , calling 888-925 -5995, or emailing .

Added by Amy Lang on September 14, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Participants Needed in Massachusetts For Public Engagement on Sept. 17

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention along with 7 other participating organizations are currently conducting the Public Engagement Pilot Project on Pandemic Influenza. Their goal is to demonstrate that they can attract a large, diverse group of citizens without financial incentives to learn about a technical subject in public health, interact respectfully in gave and take discussions, and reach a productive outcome by ranking goals and populations related to the use of scarce influenza vaccine (rationing) in the early days of a worldwide outbreak of a new influenza virus. They have already held two successful public consultations with citizens-at-large in Atlanta and with stakeholders in Washington DC in the past month, and are scheduled to travel to Marlborough Massachusetts this coming Saturday September 17, 2005 to obtain citizen feedback on the preliminary report from the two previous meetings.

They are currently having difficulty recruiting at least 100 Massachusetts citizens-at-large to attend the consultation this Saturday morning. If anyone has access to Massachusetts citizens 18 and over who might be successfully recruited to attend, please let the organizers of this event know immediately know right away. Contact Jennifer Logan Coyle in Massachusetts at or call 617-620-9615. They will be repeating the feedback sessions in Omaha on Sept 24 and in Portland Oregon on October 1, 2005 and could use help in recruiting there also, but Massachusetts is the priority for now.

Added by Amy Lang on September 13, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Annual Meeting of Southeast Facilitators Coming Up September 15-16

The annual meeting of the Southeast Association of Facilitators is coming up Sept 15-16 in Atlanta, GA at the Courtyard Atlanta Cumberland Center. The conference will focus on a number of themes, including facilitating virtual teams and warming up with icebreakers, sessions on certification, problem solving with K-T, mind-mapping and flip chart techniques. All are welcome. For more information, visit the SEAF website: www.seaf.org.

Added by Amy Lang on September 13, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Join In the Call For Peace on September 14!

On September 14th, 2005, legislation to establish a U. S. Department of Peace will be re-introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives. The primary function of a United States Department of Peace will be to research, articulate and facilitate nonviolent solutions to domestic and international conflict. The Department of Peace will employ proven and effective strategies for reducing violence in our country and around world, including nonviolent communication skills, conflict resolution techniques and cultural relationship building. Learn more at The Peace Alliance website: www.ThePeaceAlliance.org

If you support this action, contact your member of Congress on, right before or after, Wednesday, September 14th. Contact your Representative at the U.S. capitol switchboard: (202) 224-3121. To find your Representative, visit www.vote-smart.org Tell the staffer who answers your call that you want your Representative to sign on as a co-sponsor of the Department of Peace legislation. Request a written response explaining your member's position and the reasoning behind it. (You can call your local office as well.) It is most effective if you call the D.C. office first, then follow-up with a fax or email.To write your Representative, click below to get started. This will allow you to send an email or a fax to your congressperson. www.thepeacealliance.org/action

Added by Amy Lang on September 13, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Art of Convening Info Session Coming Up Sept. 7

Heartland Inc. (www.heartlandcircle.com) will be offering a free info session on their Art of Convening teletraining workshops lined up for this fall on Sept. 7, 2005. Craig Neal will review the context, design & curriculum of the TeleTraining. He will cover who should participate, commitments, as well as off-line assignments. There will also be an interactive demonstration of practices used during the sessions followed by Q&A to learn more about the curriculum. The call will take place from 8-9 am Central Time on September 7, 2005. For more information or to register for the information TeleTraining session, email or call 952-925-5995.

Added by Amy Lang on September 01, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Conference on the American Dream Coming Up in Washington, DC

On September 27, 2005 the Fetzer Institute, in partnership with The Faith & Politics Institute, The Center for the Study of the Presidency, and Jossey-Bass Publishers is holding a conference celebrating public conversation, titled "Deepening the American Dream: Reflections on the Inner Life and Spirit of Democracy" in Washington DC. Participae in this free event from 9 am to 4 pm at the National Press Club Ballroom. Join 12 leading authors as they discuss the nature and impact of the American Dream in the 21st century. Participating authors include David Abshire, Carolyn Brown, Betty Sue Flowers, Charles Gibbs, Vincent Harding, Robert Inchausti, Carolyn Lukensmeyer, Jacob Needleman, Parker Palmer, Abdul Aziz Said, Huston Smith, and Doug Tanner. The day concludes with the annual Capps-Emerson Memorial Lecture at Rayburn House Office Building, Rm B-338 from 6:30-9:00 PM. The conference is open to the public at no charge. Please RSVP by September 13, to the Fetzer Institute with contact information and lunch preference, if vegetarian. Phone 1-888-849-4889 or e-mail . Visit www.fetzer.org for the full meeting agenda.

Added by Amy Lang on September 01, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Public Participation Training Opportunities Coming Up in Alexandria, VA

The Perspectives Group has just announced that it will offer the IAP2 Certificate Program in Public Participation two more times in Alexandria, VA in 2005. The week consists of three courses covering planning, communications, and techniques. The courses can be taken all together or at separate times. The course is recommended for any organization that interacts with the public in making decisions or developing programs. Dates are September 19-23, 2005 in Alexandria, VA and December 5-9, 2005 in Alexandria, VA. Upon completion, participants will receive a certificate from IAP2, the world?’s leading association for public participation. For additional information and registration forms go to www.theperspectivesgroup.com/PG/training.html. Got any questions? Please contact Crystal Sarno or Kristie Bergeron-Hale at The Perspectives Group via telephone: 703-837-1197 or email: .

Added by Amy Lang on August 25, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Training Opportunities at the Upcoming 2005 Restorative Justice Conference

The Forum on Restorative Community Justice and The Boulder County Training Collaboration have just announced two special training opportunities with Dr. Mark Umbreit, to be held in conjunction with the 2005 Restorative Justice Conference in Boulder, CO from September 11-14. The new workshops are on "Restorative Dialog in Cases of Serious Crime" (Friday September 9th) and "Healing the Wounds of Cultural Conflict & Violence Through Restorative Dialog" (Saturday, September 10th). In addition the Conference will sponsor a one-day mini conference on Restorative Justice on the College Campus on September 11. Preconference workshops are available for CEL and CEU credits. To check out the program and to register for these training opportunities or the conference itself, visit www.coloradorestorativejustice.org/conferences/2005conference.asp

Added by Amy Lang on August 22, 2005??-??Link to this entry

News From Israel-Palestine Peace Camps

Len and Libby Traubman just sent us an update about the many summer peace dialogue camps on the Israel-Palestine conflict taking place across North America this summer. These youth camps are designed to create engaged citizens on both sides of the conflict, who refuse to see each other as "enemies." The final camp of the year, from Sept. 16-18 in California will bring together families from the Middle East and North America to dialogue and deepen their connections. For more information on these peace camps, visit traubman.igc.org/camps. And check out this article on the Building Bridges for Peace camp that recently appeared in the Denver Post: www.denverpost.com/lifestyles/ci_2944412.

Added by Amy Lang on August 20, 2005??-??Link to this entry

New PBS Series Invites Study Circle Participants

The PBS series NOW is looking for participants in a pilot project that will encourage active discussion and engaged citizenship. The Twin Cities will be one of two sites (the other is San Diego) to host the pilot "Program Clubs," which will be run on the study circle model. The study circles will be organized in September and October. If you're interested in participating as a member or a facilitator of a group, please contact the Twin Cities Program Club coordinator, David McCarthy at . To read more about the program, click on the link below.

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Added by Amy Lang on August 18, 2005??-??Link to this entry

IAP2 Invites Applications for Certificate Program Trainers

The International Association for Public Participation (IAP2) has just announced they are accepting applications from individuals wishing to become licensed as Certificate Program trainers. IAP2 will be offering all three certificate courses at the annual conference in Portland, Oregon, USA in October 2005. If you have not completed the courses this is an excellent opportunity to do (completion of all three certificate courses is a requirement for Candidate Trainers). In addition, IAP2 would like to offer new Candidate Trainers the opportunity to audit the certificate courses at the annual conference in Portland, Oregon, USA in October 2005. This will give new Candidate Trainers an opportunity to become more familiar with the course content before applying to attend a future IAP2 Academy. (No registration fee - participants would be responsible for actual meal costs and for replacement manuals if necessary.)

If you are interested in auditing courses in Portland, you must return a completed application to the IAP2 office by September 7, 2005. Applicants will be notified of the status of their application by September 29, 2005. If you are not interested in auditing the courses in Portland, please submit your application at your convenience. This is an open application process. Please contact Dina Alengi Storz at [email protected] or 800-644-4273 (303-451-5945 from outside of North America) to request an application packet.

Added by Amy Lang on August 18, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Dynamic Facilitation Workshop Coming Up in Denver

Jim Rough and Associates are inviting everyone to take part in the Dynamic Facilitation Workshop September 12-14, 2005 in Denver, Colorado, co-sponsored by the Institute on the Common Good at Regis University. Since 1990, Dynamic Facilitation skills have been helping individuals and organizations address difficult problems collaboratively and creatively. To learn more about Dynamic Facilitation or to register for this event visit www.ToBe.net or for more information, please contact DeAnna Martin at: (206) 459-8429 or E- Mail : .

Added by Amy Lang on August 18, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Imagining America Conference Coming Up in September

Registration is now open for the upcoming Imagining America Annual Conference to be held this Sept. 30 - Oct. 1 at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. Based at the University of Michigan, Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life is a national consortium of colleges and universities committed to fostering campus community partnerships in the arts and humanities. The theme of this year's conference is "Public Engagement and Intercultural Practice: New Democratic Spaces for Scholars and Artists." Register now at www.ia.umich.edu, where you may see a full conference schedule, hotel, and travel information.

Added by Amy Lang on August 18, 2005??-??Link to this entry

News From The September Project

The September Project is a grassroots effort to encourage public events on freedom, democracy, and citizenship in libraries on or around September 11. Libraries around the world are organizing public and campus events, such as: displays about human rights and historical documents; talks and performances about freedom and cultural difference; and film screenings about issues that matter. In a recent update, the organizers reported that there are September Project events being organized in 310 libraries in 14 countries. In some countries, like Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Spain, and Sri Lanka, there are multiple libraries participating. In some countries, like Israel and Italy, there are public libraries, school libraries, and academic libraries participating. In the US, there are libraries in 38 states (and Washington, DC!) participating in the project. Check out the map that represents the global scope of the project: www.drizzle.com/%7Eklockner/cgi-bin/tsp/2005/map.cgi. If you would like to involve your community library, contact the September Project at www.theseptemberproject.org.

Added by Amy Lang on August 05, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Memphis 21st Century Town Meeting Will Address Youth Obesity

Memphis will be the site of the nation?’s first interactive town meeting to gather grassroots community input on how to address improving the nutrition and physical activity of the nation?’s children. The Shaping America?’s Youth (SAY) 21st Century Town Meeting?™ will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 17 at FedEx Forum in downtown Memphis, Tennessee. SAY is an initiative of the new national health organization, Shaping America?’s Health: Association for Weight Management and Obesity Prevention. They will be using the very successful 21st Century Town Meeting format developed by AmericaSpeaks. For more information, visit SAY online at www.shapingamericasyouth.com.

Added by Amy Lang on August 05, 2005??-??Link to this entry

News From the Dialogue Program at SFU

Lots of things are happening this summer at the Dialogue Makers' Program at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC. First, their Dialogue Maker's Series brochure is now available online. Designed for facilitators, mediators, planners, educators, researchers, administrators and managers who are responsible for convening dialogue on complex and potentially divisive issues, this Series discusses ways to live together amid difference in a way that is peaceful, respectful and inclusive. To download the brochure, visit www.sfu.ca/dialogue/dialoguemakers_web.pdf. The Series begins with a Showcase launch on Wednesday, September 28, 2005. From 5-9 pm in the downtown Vancouver Harbour Centre, the launch will cover a variety of methodologies and contexts in which dialogic principles can be applied. Cost is $75, and discounts are available. Call 604.268.7925 or see page 3 of the pdf brochure listed above. To get a taste of the Dialogue Programs organized at SFU, tune into their campus radio station CJSF this summer at 90.1 FM in the Vancouver lower mainland, or online at www.cjsf.bc.ca/ (MP3 streaming). For a list of Dialogue Program talks that will be aired, click on the link below.

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Added by Amy Lang on August 04, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Restorative Justice Conference Coming Up in Colorado

The Forum on Restorative Community Justice will be holding a conference on the theme of "Weaving the Values of Community Justice" this September in Estes Park, Colorado. From Sept. 11-14, the conference will offer over 50 workshops and a chance to network and acquire new skills. Registration is $200 for Restorative Community Justice Members and $250 for non-members. For more information visit www.coloradorestorativejustice.org or contact The Forum on Restorative Community Justice at PO Box 1146 Broomfield CO 80038, tel. 720-904-2322.

Added by Amy Lang on August 02, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Perspectives Group Will Offer Two IAP2 Trainings This Fall

The Perspectives Group (www.theperspectivesgroup.com) has just announced that it will be offering two additional International Association for Public Participation Certificate training sessions in 2005. The courses will be held in Alexandria, Virginia, on September 19-23, and December 5-9. The course provides beginner through advanced practitioners with a broad-based learning experience covering all of the foundations of public participation. Participants will receive a certificate of completion from IAP2. Douglas Sarno, an IAP2 Master Trainer, will be leading the trainings. He has over 20 years of experience in planning and implementing public participation programs and has written and spoken widely on public participation issues. For more information or to register, visit www.theperspectivesgroup.com/resource/trainingpro. If you have any questions, contact Crystal Sarno or Kristie Bergeron-Hale at The Perspectives Group at 703-837-1197 or .

Added by Amy Lang on July 20, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Registration Deadline Approaching for Conflict Resolution Conference

The Association for Conflict Resolution is holding their Annual Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota from September 28-October 1, 2005. The conference offers over 200 workshops, including training and mini-plenary sessions. Register now and receive the Early Bird discount through August 8, 2005. Visit www.acrnet.org/conferences/ac05/index.htm for more information and to register online.

Added by Amy Lang on July 05, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Palestinian-Jewish Family Weekend Invites Participants

The Third Annual Palestinian-Jewish Weekend "Oseh Shalom ~ Sanea al-Salam Family Peacemakers Camp" has just been announced for Sept. 16-18, 2005 in the Sierra Mountains. The camp invites Jewish, Muslim and Christian families from across the US, Israel and Palestine to join in traditional camp activities, dialogue and relationship-building. For more information, or to register visit traubman.igc.org/camp2005.htm or contact Ann Gonski at Camp Tawonga at Tel. 415-543-2267 or email

Added by Amy Lang on July 04, 2005??-??Link to this entry

PRAXIS Organizing International Training in Participatory Rural Appraisal

Praxis (www.praxisindia.org) has just announced the 9th edition of the Annual International Thematic Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) Training Workshop for senior and mid level development workers will be held at Hyderabad, India, from September 18-29, 2005. Praxis is a not-for-profit, autonomous, development support organization (set up by ActionAid India in 1997) seeking to facilitate the promotion of participatory practices in human development initiatives in an integral manner. The workshop will explore participatory methodologies, discuss innovative techniques, and give participants hands-on experience through field work in villages and urban slums. For more information on the workshop, visit www.praxisindia.org/intl_pra_apply.html or contact the Workshop Coordination Team (Benji John and Madhura Pandit) via Tel & Fax: (+91 11) 5164-2348/49/50/51 or email

Added by Amy Lang on July 01, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Public Conversations Project Featured at Upcoming Omega Conference

Laura Chasin, founder and director of Public Conversations Project will be a featured presenter at Women & Power IV, a conference at the Omega Institute, September 9 - 11, 2005 in Rhinebeck, NY. The conference explores "the nature and necessity of feminine power...and take a bold look at the obstacles that mute the feminine voice [which] lives in all of us". Laura will present PCP's approach to creating sheltered spaces in which adversaries in costly conflicts develop respectful relationships that are stronger than their irreconcilable differences. The conference invites women and men from any background to participate. For more information on the conference, go to www.eomega.com. To register, call 800-944-1001. And to find out more about PCP's work in this area, visit www.publicconversations.org.

Added by Amy Lang on June 18, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Dynamic Facilitation Workshop to be Held In Richmond, VA

We just heard from DeAnna Martin about a new opportunity to learn Dynamic Facilitation (www.tobe.net) in Richmond, VA this September 20-22, 2005. This workshop welcomes seasoned facilitators and those who would like to learn more about Dynamic Facilitation, and is offered in partnership with the Richmond Friends meeting. For more information or to register, contact DeAnna at (206) 459-8429 or .

Added by Amy Lang on June 09, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Practice of Peace Conference Coming up in September

Suzanne Maxwell asked us to announce an exciting upcoming conference on the Practice of Peace sponsored by ProcessWorks, Wellspring Associates, and Global Abundance Alliance. Inspired by the success of the first Practice of Peace conference in 2003, this year's theme is "Peace in a World of Conflict: Moving Beyond What We Know to What Is Possible." The conference invites anyone who is interested in peace and justice issues to take part in open conversation, dialogue, and the exploration of new projects, networks and ideas. The conference takes place in Albequerque, NM, from September 21-24, 2005. Check out the conference website at www.practiceofpeace.com. For more information, contact Kate Miller (505-867-2403) or Suzanne Maxwell (505-867-3942) . Click on the link below for more details about the conference.

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Added by Amy Lang on June 08, 2005??-??Link to this entry

New Opportunities to Learn the Foundations of Appreciative Inquiry

Back by popular demand, the Corporation for Positive Change (CPC) is offering its course, The Foundations of Appreciative Inquiry, in Boulder, CO from June 13-17, 2005 and in Chicago, IL, from September 12-16, 2005. Whether you?’re a consultant or leader of change, the course will guide you through an exploration of the theories, principles and practices of Appreciative Inquiry. The workshop provides hands-on experience of Appreciative Inquiry, preparing you to guide clients and groups in creating interview protocols, conducting interviews, working with appreciative data and stories, and crafting provocative propositions and organization design principles. The workshop will also explore the difference between Appreciative Inquiry and deficit-based approaches to change, and the power of positive change methodologies. For information and to register contact Corporation for Positive Change at 505-751-1232 or email: .

Added by Amy Lang on June 08, 2005??-??Link to this entry

3rd Annual Dept. of Peace Conference coming up in September

The Peace Alliance will hold its third annual Department of Peace conference September 10-12, 2005 in Washington, DC. The Peace Alliance will re-introduce legislation for a Cabinet-level Department of Peace as a tribute to victims of September 11th. Learn more and register at
www.ThePeaceAlliance.org or call (586) 754-8105.

Added by Sandy on May 25, 2005??-??Link to this entry

6th Annual Imagining America Conference to be held in the Fall

Imagine America, a national movement linking universities with the communities they serve through arts and humanities projects, will be holding its 6th annual conference on September 30 and October 1, 2005, in New Brunswick, New Jersey. This year's conference theme is "Public Engagement and Intercultural Practice: New Democratic Spaces for Scholars and Artists." Click below for the full announcement or go to www.ia.umich.edu to find out more.

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Added by Sandy on April 01, 2005??-??Link to this entry

Upcoming IAP2 Certificate Trainings Offered by the Perspectives Group

The Perspectives Group is offering the International Association for Public Participation Certificate training in Alexandria, Virginia on June 27-July 1, and on September 19-23. The course provides beginner through advanced practitioners with a broad-based learning experience covering all of the foundations of public participation. The Perspectives Group is one of the nation?’s foremost experts in public participation and Douglas Sarno, an IAP2 Master Trainer, was part of the team of developers that designed the IAP2 Certificate Training Program. Sarno has over 20 years of experience in planning and implementing public participation programs and has written and spoken widely on public participation issues. Doug has delivered the IAP2 training dozens of times, to over 1,000 students worldwide. For additional info or to register for the training, visit www.theperspectivesgroup.com/resource/trainingpro.html

Added by Sandy on March 21, 2005??-??Link to this entry

September Project to Run Again in 2005!

I just received this inspiring announcement from the September Project - the highly successful project that got hundreds of public libraries to hold events on democracy, citizenship and patriotism on and around September 11, 2004. The message announced that the September Project is going forward again in 2005, and it is my hope that the dialogue & deliberation community can make a real splash in the program this year.

This is a great opportunity for D&D activists, organizers and facilitators to build ongoing relationships with their local public libraries in order to introduce more people in their area to dialogue and deliberation. If you are interested in helping NCDD mobilize the D&D community around the 2005 September Project, please email me at [email protected] right away to let me know. Click below to read the September Project's announcement.

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Added by Sandy on March 02, 2005??-??Link to this entry

The Compassionate Listening Project Announces Upcoming Events & Workshops

I just received the Compassionate Listening Project's 2005 calendar in my inbox. Of particular interest are the Compassionate Listening Intensives, "Healing Our World from the Inside Out" (March 4-6 in Mt. Vernon, Washington; April 8-10 in South Bend, Indiana; April 16-17 in Lawrence, Kansas; May 6-8 in Everett, Washington; May 13-15 in Eugene, Oregon; June 3-5 in Denver, Colorado; and June 13-17 in Brattleboro, Vermont). To learn more about these trainings or to register, go to www.compassionatelistening.org/workshops.html. Click below for the full listing of the Compassionate Listening Project's upcoming events and trainings.

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Added by Sandy on February 28, 2005??-??Link to this entry