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Alternative Dispute Resolution Symposium

Edmonton, Alberta
May 15 & 16, 2018
Pre & Post Training May 14 & 17

Shaping the Future of ADR in Alberta

Premier Symposium Sponsors

Sessions & Speakers for the 2018 Alberta ADR Symposium


Opening Keynote Session

The Opening Plenary will focus on celebrating what we have achieved in the ADR community and recognizing how far we have come. 

Justice Joanne Goss
&
Nancy Mannix

Session #1: Who Are We?
Practitioner Development

Trauma Informed Practice for ADR
Nicole Sherran
Identity: Following the Inner Track to Resolving Conflict Impasse
John Radford

Session #2: Where Are We?
Environmental Scan

Gordon Sloan

Session #3: What Keeps Us Up Night
Scenarios for Reflections

Cultural Competencies
Narmin Ismail-Teja
Mediating in the Face of Major Upheavals

Developing A Collective Impact Strategy

The goal is to for the final half-day session to result in an actionable working document. As a network of diverse organizations and partners we need to join together for a collective impact initiative in order to strengthen the ADR community and tackle complex issues.

Liz Weaver - The Tamarack Institute


Pre & Post Symposium Training:

Pre Symposium Training

May 14, 2018

The Fundamentals of Boss Whispering
Sylvie Matteau

Post Symposium Training

May 17, 2018

Cultural Competencies
Presented by the Foundation of Administrative Justice
Narmin Ismail-Teja 
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The 2018 Alberta ADR Symposium has been developed and organized by the Government of Alberta Dispute Resolution Network and the broader ADR community including non-profit and educational organizations that support and promote the use of ADR:




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