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Welcome to the home of NAFCM's Community Mediation Webinar Series! NAFCM's webinars are professionally designed, delivered by leaders in the community mediation field, and provide actionable recommendations and tangible resources to enhance key areas of center administration. In designing this series, NAFCM has innovated its traditional in-person trainings to meet the demands of today's community mediation programs.

This series responds to both the continued financial hardships faced by many programs, as well as their local mandates to do even more good with fewer resources. Stripped of the requirement to incur often substantial travel expenses and related out-of-office hassles, the Community Mediation Webinar Series and NAFCM On Demand will allow program administrators, volunteers, and board members to keep atop latest developments and enrich their skills from the comfort of their own office. Read about each of the upcoming individual courses below, review 
our past trainings in our NAFCM On Demand, and register today!
 
Participation in Community Mediation Webinar Series events is FREE for current NAFCM Members. (Contact NAFCM for the appropriate discount code to use during registration.) Non-members are invited to participate at a rate of $25 per webinar. (For greatest savings, consider joining or renewing your NAFCM membership.)

 

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Upcoming Webinars
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Upcoming Webinars 



Social Justice & Sustainability - The Importance of Hallmark 8

 

NAFCM/JAMS Learning Community Participants

 

July 12, 2018

2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT / 12:00 PM MT / 11:00 AM PT


Community Mediation Centers are called to assist their communities to address the systemic change needed to facilitate positive, collaborative, community relationships. This is embedded in Hallmark 8 of the 9 Hallmarks established by community mediation centers for community mediation centers in 1994. The paths for centers to achieve this goal are based in the ability and capacity of both the center and the community served by each center to be ready to embed the process needed in order to sit with and then walk through the conflict. The center’s job is not to advocate or push for a solution--that agency belongs to the parties--but instead to start by focusing on the relationship and care about the well-being of others and the current impacts of the system. This seminar will look at embedding this call of Hallmark 8 in issues of institutional racism, social and economic disparities, social justice and cultural differences.

 

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The Context of Navigating Cultural Differences: Foster Care, Immigrants, & Overlooked Neighborhoods

 

NAFCM/JAMS Learning Community Participants

 

August 9, 2018

2:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM CT / 12:00 PM MT / 11:00 AM PT


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