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From Grow Solutions
This Fall, we invite Indigenous and non-Indigenous professionals practicing law, mediation, arbitration, and anyone with interest in anti-racist alternative conflict resolution to join us in Wanuskewin Heritage Park (or online) on September 7 – 8, 2022. The Fall conference is titled “Towards Reconciliation: Building Intercultural Capacity, Anti-Racism and Inclusion in Alternative Dispute Resolution.” The presenters are:
And the performance of:
The agenda and speaker biographies are here: Agenda and Speaker Biographies
In person registration is $375, and available here: In-person registration
Online registration is $275 and available here: Online (Zoom) registration
Sweet ‘Early Bird’ draw prizes for registration before August 30!
This conference takes place at Wanuskewin Heritage Park, and is hosted by ADR Saskatchewan and Conflict Resolution Saskatchewan. It responds to TRC Call to Action #57. The conference aims to foster:
Professional development credits available for this conference:
12 CPD hours from the Law Society of Saskatchewan
24 CEE points from the ADR Institute of Canada for designation holders