News & Events
Solidarity: WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?
Join CERI for facilitated table dialogues on Solidarity and what it looks like. The dialogue will be held on Thursday, April 6 at 5PM in the The Forum (SIE 1050). Dinner will be provided!
DU Dialogues Facilitation Training - Spring Quarter 2023
DU Dialogues are gauging interest for what could be their first ever spring quarter facilitator training!
If they have enough committed interest, they will hold the in-person, on campus experience Saturday (9am~5pm) and Sunday (10am~4pm), April 15-16th, 2023, with some additional pre-reading expected.
To apply, and be kept updated by ~mid-March, complete the online form at: www.tinyurl.com/DUfacilsSpring23
Previously trained facilitators are welcome to attend the full weekend as a refresh/booster. Or, they
'll also have briefer opportunities on Sunday: be part of our practice dialogue, and/or attend a "welcome to the facilitator community" session. (Details TBA.)
Global Indigenous Experiences: Film Screening and Facilitated Table Dialogue:
Join CERI at 5PM on October 27th, 2022 for 3 short film screenings around the indigenous experience, followed by small table-facilitated dialogue. Pizza will be provided!
DU DialogUes Facilitator Training
Students, staff and faculty are invited to this free, in-person training. This training will be held in-person, on campus Saturday (9am-5pm) and Sunday (10am-4pm), November, 5-6th, with some additional pre-reading expected.
Remembering Sand Creek
Film viewing centered on Indigenous experiences followed by facilitated table dialogue, in partnership with the Native Student Alliance, on May 25th (5:30pm - 9pm) in the Sie Complex Room 1150 on DU's campus. Open to DU community. Registration recommended but not required.
Perspectives on Artsakh/Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
On April 15, 2021, this event featured a panel of experts with regional ties who brought different disciplinary perspectives to bear to help us understand the history, relations, and prospects for peace in this troubled region.
To view the recorded panel discussion, click HERE.
Beyond the Food Fair: New Recipes for Building Multicultural Societies
This panel, hosted by the Conflict Resolution Institute on October 19, 2020, combined theory with community experiences to better understand how the use of food can build relations between host cultures and immigrant and refugee populations. Join us for a panel that will draw on experiences of the community from CBOs as well as theoretical approaches to intergroup contact and integration.
To view the recorded panel discussion, click HERE. Access Passcode: ?&rRA67q
Systematic Collaborative Visioning for Conflict Resolution Action and Evaluation in the Post-Covid-19 World
On Friday May 15, 2020, Jay Rothman in partnership with the Conflict Resolution Institute hosted an experiential education session about Action Evaluation. In this zoom-based session Rothman shared his experience developing and applying Action Evaluation of, for and by the Conflict Resolution field. He also explained and illustrated the process through a participatory “evaluation” of the field and what it might offer the world in and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
To view the recorded event, click HERE.