2, Number 1, Oct 2001
to Access: Encouraging the Use of Mediation by Families
of Diverse Backgrounds
a federally funded project supporting the use of alternative
dispute resolution in special education, has developed
a guide for mediation programs hoping to increase the
use of their services by diverse populations. The information
is presented in a concise, "quick read" format.
In addition to providing an overview of mediation and
a list of policy and system design recommendations,
the guide offers a nice annotated collection of references
to articles and books exploring the overlap of culture
and conflict resolution. The complete guide, prepared
by Anita Engiles, Cathy Fromme, Diane LeResche and Philip
Moses, is available online at http://www.directionservice.org/cadre/articles/keys.htm
project of Campus Conflict Resolution
Supported by a FIPSE grant from the US Department of Education
and seed money from the Hewlett Foundation-funded CRInfo
to CMHE Report
(Attn: Bill Warters)
Campus Conflict Resolution Resources Project
Department of Communication
585 Manoogian Hall
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48201.
send comments, bug reports, etc. to the Editor.
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