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Hosted by the Center for Justice at Columbia University

Advanced Peacemaking Circles
with Kay Pranis

September 7th-9th
9:30am - 5:00pm - All three days required
Columbia School of Social Work

This advanced peacemaking circle training is for people who are currently or have recently been using peacemaking circles in the work.


ABOUT PEACEMAKING CIRCLES

The Peacemaking Circle training is an opportunity for anyone interested in conflict resolution, community building or restorative justice to increase their skills and knowledge for having difficult conversations. The peacemaking circle is a dialogue process useful for increasing understanding among different perspectives and for creating effective solutions to long-standing issues of conflict or disconnection. The circle strives to create an environment safe for every participant to express their point of view and nurtures the possibility of finding win-win solutions for the benefit of all. Circles have been used in schools, families, workplaces, neighborhoods, faith communities, social services and the justice system.

TO REGISTER

COST: $300 per person
*includes light breakfast each day - space is limited

Kay Pranis worked for the MN Dept. of Corrections for nine years between 1994 and 2003 as the Restorative Justice Planner. It was in that position that she learned about Circles and began her focus on Circles. Kay has authored or co- authored several books about circles and is an adjunct professor and has a particular interest in the use of circles to support social justice

For questions contact Cameron @ cwr2116@columbia.edu

centerforjustice.columbia.edu

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