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Category Archives: First Nations
The National Self Represented Litigants Project just published an “Open Letter to the Canadian Judiciary”. It is a thoughtful and… Continue Reading Self represented litigants: Mediation: Is there hope?
Christine Kim writes about the value we all derive from the great organization, the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, as she heads off to a conference…. Continue Reading AFCC’s 49th Annual Conference in Chicago
What do mediators need to know about what they don’t know about cultural differences? … Continue Reading Cultural differences matter
Why is it that even the most experienced and skilled mediators make serious mistakes when it comes to understanding culture?… Continue Reading Culture and Mediation: a complex issue
The Globe and Mail series on Nunavut features, today, the lovely man who took me dog sledding just a few days ago! Read about it here…. Continue Reading Hello Nunavut II