Nov. 23: Culture in the Dispute Resolution Context (Barrie)
In conjunction with Dispute Resolution week sponsored by FDRIO, the Simoce County membership group is pleased to announce a panel discussion on:
Culture in the Dispute Resolution Context
The participants on the panel will be Dianne Corbiere, Bencher and partner in Nahwegahbow Corbiere and Kim Kieller, LLM (DR), counsel at Dooley Lucenti, Barrie.
This interactive and open dialogue event will consider the impact on culture in both negotiation (including collaborative negotiations) and mediation .
Culture is not simply one’s own religion, ethnic background or cultural heritage. Culture can be more clearly defined by the methods that individuals intrinsically use to process information and react in many different contexts.
After an overview, the discussion will continue with a focus on indigenous issues and in particular the indigenous experience in dispute resolution . The conversation will conclude with tips on how to be culturally aware in negotiation and mediation and the impact of the Matrimonial Homes on Reserves legislation in mediation and negotiation processes .
For further information contact: Kelly Ann Robson at Dooley Lucenti
t. 705 792 7963.
Given the space available, kindly RSVP on or before November 14, 2017