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9:00am -
MEMBERSHIP SESSION: Amplifying Your Business & Growing Your Future
(Genesis Fisher, Esq., Natalie Armstrong-Motin, Theo Cheng, Ingrid Scholze)

10:15am - STUDENT PRESENTATIONS

When Students Engage in Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding in America
(Coco Wen)

A New Way to Discuss Collaboration: A Practical Application of the Social Interdependence Theory
(Amanda Perez Leder, MPH)

Nine Lives of Curiosity: Overcoming Conflict with the Cat
(Azida Ahmad Azmi)

Where We Are Going and Where We Want to Go: Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Conferencing in Labor Arbitration and Mediation
(Patrick J. Mehler)

Life Is Heavier than Death: An Analysis of the Humanitarian Approach to  Nuclear Disarmament
(Antje-Anniek Hipkins)

The Power of Film and Media in Conflict Resolution
(Lizyvette Ramos, Ph.D.(c) & Alexia Georgakopoulos, Ph.D.)

Q&A

12:25pm - Linking Affordances Perspectives to Collaboration and Conflict of Hybrid Virtual Teams
(Yeju Choi)

1:05pm - Hard of Hearing Mediators & How to Be Heard
(Liz Kent, Esq. & Jess Kent)

2:00pm - STUDENT PRESENTATIONS

Unsheltered Resilience & Spatial Policing
(Dante Dallago)

Addressing Broken Promises and Actualizing Equality in South Africa: Born Free Perspectives on Reconciliation, Race, Transition, and Peace
(Akosua Akuoko)

Exploring Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) in International Organizations: Going Beyond the Basics
(Faria Rashid)

Arbitral Institutes: The Efficacy of Cybersecurity and Diversity in Comparison to Litigation
(Dr. Chinwe Egbunike-Umegbolu)

How Art Songs Could Serve a Pivotal Role in Building Sustainable Peace in Divided Societies: Lessons Driven from Korean Art Songs Diplomacy
(Seung Gyo Kim)

The Narrative Stories and Personal Journeys of Conflict Resolution Entrepreneurs: Evolving Career Pathways and Determinants of Business Success
(Eileen Petzold-Bradley)

Q&A

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9:00am - The Self-Determination Principle and the Value of Human Agency
(Prof. Baruch Bush & Peter Miller))

9:55am - The Value of ADR in Complex Insurance Matters
(Rebekah Ratliff, CCLS, Rose Charles, Esq., Michael Coffey, Esq., and Shari Belitz, Esq.)

10:55am - Expanding the Role of Ethics in Mediation Practice
(Omer Shapira & Ellen Waldman)

11:55am - Culture Change and Dignity in the Workplace
(Ed Watt)

12:35pm - The Evolution of Mediation at the U.S. EEOC
(David L. Reinman, Esq., Deborah Reik, Esq., Ralph Charles, Elizabeth Marcus, Esq., Maria del C Rosa La Luz, and Jeremy Boyd)

1:30pm - Neighborhood Dispute Settlement (NDS) Mediation Facilitator/Outreach Coordinator
(Michele J. Chilton)

2:30pm - The Peacemakers in Action: Profiles in Religious Peacebuilding
(Élie Khoury)

3:25pm - Mediation of Commercial Leasing Disputes
(Jeffrey Margolis)

4:05pm - The Intersection between Artificial Intelligence and International Arbitration
(Ignacio Tasende)

6:00pm - (IN PERSON) Expanding Dialogue: Honoring Tanenbaum's Legacy in Conflict Resolution

Panel & Networking Event

LOCATION: American Arbitration Association - International Centre for Dispute Resolution (AAA-ICDR)

ADDRESS: 150 E. 42nd Street, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10017

Separate Registration Required
(Free for ACR-GNY members; $10 for nonmembers)

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VIEW DETAILED THURSDAY AGENDA

8:00am - Roundtable Breakfast Discussion: The Evolving World of Workplace Conflict Resolution
(Blaine Donais)

Our Roundtable Breakfast Discussions take place monthly and are produced in partnership with the CUNY Dispute Resolution Center at John Jay College. 

10:10am - Exploring Restorative Learning Circles to Foster Epistemic Justice in Collaborative Research Projects

(Aurélie Stoll)

10:50am - Developing Restorative Champions on College Campuses
(Dr. Shira May)

11:45am - Proven Bias Reduction Strategies
(Dr. Helen Winter, LLM)

12:45pm - Growing Peace: The Role of Nature in Conflict Resolution
(Dr. Jennifer J. Wilhoit)

1:45pm - The Science of Us/Them Thinking
(Larry Rothenberg)

2:40pm - Dispute Resolution in Business and Human Rights (BHR) Matters: Could BHR Arbitration under the Hague Rules Help to Enhance Effective Access to Remedy?
(Veronica Dossah)

3:20pm - From Guilt & Overwhelm to Confidence & Agency: 7 Myths about Boundaries & 7 Strategies to Set Yourself Free without Letting Anyone (or Yourself) Down
(Inbal Sansani, M. Phil, J.D.)

4:20pm - Mediating with an Unskilled Dynamic Party
(Clymer D. Bardsley, JD)

VIEW DETAILED FRIDAY AGENDA

9:00am - India's New Mediation Act, 2023
(Prathamesh D Popat)

9:55am - Mediation in Motion
(Carie Fox & Moira Osorio)

10:55am - Alternative Police Response - Creation of the Dayton Ohio Mediation Response Unit
(Tracey Frisch, Aaron Primm, Sam Bunecke, Dan Kornfield & Mary Naoum)

11:50am - Three Perspectives on the Importance of Technology to the ADR Practitioner
(Gary Doernhoefer, Dario Higuchi & Brian Epps)

12:50pm - Oh My God! Co-Parenting with Religious Differences
(Isaac Gruenebaum)

1:45pm - Connecting with Community After Prison
(Trudy Junkroski, Andre Brown, Abdul Shakur, Patrick Stephens, Michael Annen & Shelly Wilbanks)

2:40pm - Seven Lessons from Juvenile Justice Reform
(Dr. Lynn Sandra Kahn)

3:35pm - Partnerships for Peace: The Importance of Strategic Networks across Government, Law Enforcement, Non-Profits, and Communities
(Randy Duque, MA, KCR)

ACR-GNY'S 2024 ANNUAL CONFERENCE IS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY:

PRESENTING SPONSORS

 

CONFERENCE SPONSORS

FULL DAY SPONSOR (JUNE 5)


SCHOLARSHIP SPONSORS

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law - Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution

Center for Dispute Settlement

Association for Conflict Resolution - Greater New York Chapter

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