Association for Conflict Resolution Conference Panel
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The Collaborative Democracy Network sponsored a panel at
the national conference of the Association for Conflict Resolution
(ACR) in Sacramento on September 30, 2004. Over 100 people
attended the panel. The agenda for the panel, "Collaborative
Policy and Democracy: Building Capable Institutions of Governance
for Network Society," follows:
ACR Conference Panel Agenda
ACR arranged for audio recording of the panel. You can acquire the recordings in either (1) tape or (2) CD media. Instructions follow at the end of this web page. The panel used two sessions, 2.06 and 3.06, so you will need to order recordings for both sessions to hear the entire panel. Each session is $10 for tape or $12 for 2 CDs.
In addition there were several related panels of potential interest. Some of these include:
1.02: How to give the government a piece of your mind without losing at facilitating public disclosure in a maturing democracy.
1.03: Ourselves as leaders: How ACR practitioners can encourage the use of cooperative problem solving in society.
1.04: Community compacts: Improving quality of life through collaborations.
3.12: Shifting our thinking about conflict resolution at a federal agency: Creating a culture through ACR process
3.16: Strategies for promoting collaborative communities: Case studies from the US EPA Brownfield pilot program
4.20: Collaborative problem solving as a catalyst for building stronger communities.
6.06: The national Environmental Policy Act: A framework for inter-agency and multi-stakeholder collaboration
6.20: Stakeholders speak out about capacity building*
7.16: Stakeholder dialogue vs. citizen engagement: Comparing approaches for resolving public problems
8.06: Findings of a multi-agency evaluation study of environmental conflict resolution processes: Implications for practice.
*Session 6.20, Stakeholders speak out about capacity building, was sponsored by the Center for Collaborative Policy and featured stakeholders from Center projects discussing how collaboration had affected governance capacity. The Center arranged to video tape this session for educational purposes. We will be making tapes available for teaching purposes. If you would like to order a copy of the video tape at cost please contact email@example.com for more information. Specify whether you prefer VHS or DVD.
Ordering information for audio recordings:
Contact Nationwide Recording Services directly. You can order recordings by phone (888.522.5023, Extension 114). Tapes are $10 and CDs $12. Postage and handling for destinations in the US and Canada is 1$ per tape/CD and $2.00 per order. For destinations overseas $1 per tape/CD and $15 per order (air mail). There is a 10% discount for 12 tapes in an album. Orders must be paid in advance. Specify that you are ordering for the ACR 2004 conference and use the session numbersBack to Collaborative Democracy Network main page