Measuring Community Mediation Success: A Realistic Approach

Community Mediation Part 4 Measuring Community Mediation Success: A Realistic Approach             The success, or failure, of a community mediation project is subjective. Small wins for one stakeholder may be a monumental accomplishment for another. Mediation participants may even see their original resolution objective evolve during the process.  This is good news because it demonstrates... Continue Reading →

Part 1 – Community Mediation: Unique, Arduous, Rewarding

The Community Mediation Process: Part One - Planning, Preparation and Design, Process, Evaluation and Monitoring. Community conflict is a fact of life. This year has created new and critical challenges that fuel social and cultural unrest. Many communities are turning to mediation as a way to achieve understanding, resolve conflict and create a better future... Continue Reading →

We Are on the Brink – COVID 19

The tale of deserving businesses being denied CARES loans has, and is, being repeated for many of U.S. small businesses who are the backbone of our economy. These are the small businesses who struggle every day to produce and employ members of our communities, but are unable to access the same support as major players. Things are not going back to normal. If normal is a divided nation with racial and economic inequality – we should not want to return to the old normal. We should instead, embrace the opportunity to be better. But how can one person change a hurting globe?

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