Community Engagement: What Mediators Bring to the Table

Posted by Institutional Development Scheme for HKSYU

Event Type: Research Workshop

Event Theme: Negotiation and Persuasion


Speaker: Prof. Sharon Press (Director, Dispute Resolution Institute, School of Law, Hamline University)

Date: 10 May 2017 (Wednesday)

Time: 2:30pm - 4:30pm

Venue: RLB302, Research Complex, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Language: English

 

Remarks:
1) Free Admission
2) We recommend registration in advance for seat-reservation and news update.

Introduction

Mediation generally refers to a process whereby someone not involved in the conflict (or dispute) assists those who are in the conflict by helping them have a conversation. The expertise that mediators develop can be utilized in a range of ways even if the people who are in conflict do not sit together to discuss. During this workshop, Professor Press will explore how mediators can use their expertise to help communities engage in order to promote better decision-making. Professor Press will highlight lessons learned from two community engagement processes with which she is currently involved to illustrate these points.

 

 

Contact Information

Should you have any enquiries, Please feel free to contact: irpids@hksyu.edu