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Mediation Through A Cultural Lens | Skills Workshop

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Adventures in Peer Mediation | April 7 - April 30

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The Peer Mediation Conference has been bringing together youth peer mediators (ages 8 to 18 years old) for over thirty years. This is the first year the conference has gone virtual to connect peer mediators around Hawai’i and others aspiring to develop their own peer mediation program. The events are free and open to everyone who wants to learn more about peer mediation. We encourage youth and adults that work with youth to attend.

Terminology

  • Peer mediation is problem solving by youth with youth. It is a process by which two or more students involved in a dispute meet in a private, safe and confidential setting to work out problems with the assistance of a trained student mediator.
  • A mediator is a person who mediates—helps to settle a dispute or create agreement when there is conflict between two or more people or groups by acting as an intermediary or go-between for those parties. The act or process of mediating is called mediation.
  • Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process wherein a neutral third party, the mediator, facilitates a discussion between the parties to promote the voluntary resolution of disputes.

Adventures in Peer Mediation | April 7 - April 30

34th Annual Peer Mediation Conference

"Mediation Through A Cultural Lens" with Ānuenue Mose-Kanahele | Skills Workshop

Learn about peer mediation skills.

The Session:

Hooponopono is commonly thought of as a way to mend only family relationships, but family in the Polynesian perspective is extended to our communities, and generations to follow. The way Polynesians address and deal with conflict will be the focus of my presentation.

About Ānuenue Mose-Kanahele

Ānuenue Mose-Kanahele is a graduate student at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. She is pursuing a Graduate Certificate Conflict Resolution from the Matsunaga Institute for Peace, and will be seeking a Doctorate in the fall 2021 semester. Her passion remains in helping Polynesian youth to have a better experience in schools through effective mediation and policy change.

Learn more about the Matsunaga Institute for Peace at https://peaceinstitute.manoa.hawaii.edu.

Raffle for Gift Cards:

  • One raffle ticket per 'skill workshop' attended from April 8 to April 29.
  • Raffle drawing will be held at the 'closing panel' on April 30 for those in attendance. Learn more at https://adventurecontinues.eventbrite.com.

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In Partnership With:

  • 100th Infantry Battalion Veterans aka Club 100
  • Ceeds of Peace
  • Chaminade University of Honolulu
  • Conflict Resolution Alliance
  • Department for Educational Administration-UH Mānoa
  • East-West Center Leadership Program
  • Farrington High School
  • Hawai'i State Bar Association Alternative Dispute Resolution Section
  • Institute for Climate and Peace
  • Kailua High School
  • Kaua'i Economic Opportunity
  • Ku'ikahi Mediation Center
  • Lōkahi Foundation
  • Maui Mediation Services
  • MediationWorks
  • Peace Corps
  • REAL Innovative Connections
  • Rotary Club of Honolulu Sunset
  • Teach For America Hawai'i
  • The Mediation Center of the Pacific
  • West Hawai'i Mediation Center

APRIL 8 - APRIL 29 | 16 SKILL WORKSHOPS

Raffle for gift cards: one raffle ticket per 'skill workshop' attended. Raffle drawing will be held at the 'closing panel' for those in attendance.

APRIL 30 | CLOSING PANEL

Raffles will be held at the closing for those in attendance. We will have gift cards in $25 and $50 increments to be raffled for Amazon, Mana Up, Red Lobster, Starbucks, and many more. Over $500 worth of gift cards to be raffled up. Be sure to attend the skills workshops to obtain one digital raffle ticket per skills workshop attended.

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