Posted: February 29, 2000
California State University, Sacramento will host a five-day conflict resolution workshop June 19 - 23.
The fifth annual workshop will expose participants to negotiation, mediation, conflict assessment and problem solving-skills and teach them how to become conflict mediators. It will include role-playing, practical exercises and short lectures. There will be an emphasis on inter-group, interpersonal, commercial, community and public policy disputes, and youth conflict mediation.
The workshop is designed for those in community and non-governmental organizations, public and private agencies, businesses, human rights groups, professional and trade unions, and educational institution groups.
The workshop trainers are Thelma Johnson, community and youth mediator; Ernest Uwazie, CSUS criminal justice professor specializing in dispute resolution and comparative justice; and Daniel Yamshon, alternative dispute and conflict resolution expert.
The cost is $485, which includes materials and three lunches. Registration forms and more information are available by contacting Uwazie at 278-6282.
For further information send E-Mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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