Honour, Shame and Love: what Ontario FDR professionals can learn from a survivor of the culture of honour
Aruna Papp, a survivor of the “Culture of Honour” and Canadian Delegate at the 57th Session of the Uniter Nations, speaks about being a survivor of the “Culture of Honour”. Violence against women, girls, boys and men in the name of honour exists in our communities. Hear about the this unique culture and learn how you can identify and manage such cases with cultural awareness and competence.
Indigenous Families – Approaches to Conflict Resolution
Katherine Hensel is the founder and principal lawyer at Hensel Barristers. After being called to the bar in 2003, she commenced her litigation practice with McCarthy Tetrault in Toronto. In 2004 Katherine joined the Ipperwash Inquiry as Assistant Commission Counsel, and served the Commission in that capacity until the release of its report in 2007.
The Emerging Frontier
of FDR in Domestic Violence Cases
Financial Workshops 101 and 201
Understanding Unconscious Bias
Cross-Cultural Challenges and Opportunities in FDR
Advanced Seminar on Financial Statements
Collaborating with Collaborative Lawyers
How Can we Better Help the Unrepresented in Family Mediation
by Hilton Hotel
108 Chestnut St, Toronto ON
Law Society of Upper Canada
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