CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives
Vol. 1, Issue 37 - June 28, 2001
NATIONAL WORKSHOP ON UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY-BASED COLLABORATIVES
There will be a national workshop on researching, evaluating and sharing findings about community-based, collaborative approaches to environmental management. The workshop is sponsored by the Community Based Collaboratives Research Consortium and will be held August 6-8, 2001 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The workshop is funded by a grant from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. For more information on the Consortium see www.cbcrc.org.
NATIONAL ROSTER OF ENVIRONMENTAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROFESSIONALS SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR ROSTER OF TRANSPORTATION MEDIATORS & FACILITATORS
The Morris K. Udall Foundation, U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution, is assembling a roster of qualified dispute resolution and consensus building professionals with particular experience in transportation cases (the "Transportation Roster".) The Institute will draw from its roster of qualified facilitators and mediators with substantial experience in environmental conflict resolution to assemble the Transportation Roster. Applications must be received by August 15, 2001. See www.ecr.gov for details.
DISPUTE RESOLUTION SPECIALIST, COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA, CA
Dispute Resolution Specialist / Small Claims Court Mediation Program Coordinator needed for the County of Santa Clara Dispute Resolution Program. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and/or see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk in 206.
SAFE STREETS SPECIALIST, TOPEKA, KS
The Safe Streets Specialist is a resource to individuals, neighborhood groups and the community for developing peace in Shawnee County. As a community organizer, the specialist develops partnerships, coordinates meetings, links people with appropriate resources, develops needed resources and provides awareness about crime prevention and drug and alcohol prevention through education. Applications are due by July 13, 2001. For more information, contact Sally Zellers at 785-266-4606 or refer to the Safe Streets web site at www.safestreets.org.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR, GEORGIA OFFICE OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION
The Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution is seeking a Deputy Director. This position is responsible for research activities undertaken by the Office in its official mandate as a resource for ADR education and research. Application deadline is July 5, 2001. For details, refer to www2.state.ga.us/Courts/adr/adrhome.htm or see the binder on Laura Coleman's desk.