Best Restorativejustice podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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A weekly podcast exploring the business, skills and styles of peacemaking, with hosts Amanda Semenoff and C.D. Saint.
 
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This episode uses the book Happiness by Aminata Forna to explores a wide variety of ideas and concepts around conflict. This wide ranging discussion touches on trauma and growth, conflict cycles, polarization, conflict roles and human-animal conflict. SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! If you are the kind of reader who hates spoilers please read the ...…
 
In this Episode C.D. and Amanda take some time to reflect on the last year and look forward to 2019. This is the longest show notes and link list we've done by about 200%. So we've pulled our 2 call-outs to the top of the list! 1. We are collecting ideas for the 2019 SKill Series. If there are skills you think we should add to the list let us k ...…
 
We had the opportunity to chat about coaching in Family Busines disputes with Laura North. While family businesses have some unique dynamics, I left this chat thinking about how I can apply the concept to other businesses. Does one of the parties need a support person? In which situations might a coach be a good situation? You can find Laura No ...…
 
This week we have Cinnie Noble back to continue our exploration of questions. How do you know if you've asked a good question? What is the purpose of questions? How do you use time to increase the power of your questions? How do you handle having asked a bad question? Cinnie's Daily Questions can be found on Twitter @conflictmastery Cinnie's Bo ...…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Aaron Lyons at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We talk about the role of the larger community in dispute resolution processes. What is the role of the community to speak values into a conflict? How should rights be reflected at the table? Let us know what you think @overconflict Find Aaron Lyons online ...…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Dr. John Radford at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We focus on identity as a layer of conflict that is often overlooked. How are you seeing identity impacting conflict? Let us know @overconflict Find Dr. John Radford online at Transpectives Talk Soon.
 
Join us this week as we explore the concepts of Indigenous Law in Canada. Val takes us through the role of stories in rebuilding the body of indigenous law, the importance of laws for indigenous communities and how being a multijurisdictional country can work. "They need to consider and conceptualize indigenous law as law. And when they have qu ...…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Evelyn Zellerer at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We explore the relationship between mediation and restorative justice. This feels like the beginning of a conversation. If you would like us to continue it let us know @overconflict You can find out more about Evelyn Zellerer at Peace of the Circle or @ ...…
 
In this episode we explore the concept of Civility with Rhea Settles and the work she has done as an educator and mediator to transform workplaces. Rhea is the originator of Civility Mediation and Facilitation. We explore civility, bullying and oppression. What would it take for people to willfully share the space? Civility: Being mindful of wh ...…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Patricia Lane at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We talk about politics, electoral reform, inclusion and activism. Unsurprisingly we raise a lot more questions that we answer. You can find Patricia Lane online www.patricialane.bc.ca or @patricialane17
 
What role could technology play in Access to Justice? This week we are joined by Miguel Willis and Simon Boehme to explore the relationship between Access to Justice and Legal Technology. How are Social Justice and Access to Justice related? What steps can we take to ensure that we build inclusive technology? The blog post we keep referring to ...…
 
We are back and excited get some of the episodes we recorded last Spring out to you! Did you count how many times we said "exciting" in this episode? Engage with us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. @overconflict Coming this Fall And when they have questions about Indigenous Law, it would be really helpful if they would ask themselves if they ...…
 
This is a little podacst extra looking toward the ADR Alberta Symposium taking place May 15-16 in Edmonton, Alberta. Gilbert VanNes and Paul Conway join us to chat about what to expect at the Symposium and some of the sessions they are excited about. More information on the symposium available at https://www.adralberta.com/2018-ADR-Symposium We ...…
 
C.D. and Amanda spent 2 days at the NWDR. They chat about some of the themes they noticed, ideas that excited them and some of the really interesting experiences. NWDR Conference James Loewen Blog Post Yuki Matsuno - OTC Episode 18 - Neutrality Rhea Settles Roshan Danesh - OTC Episode 7 - Unity Based Mediation Aaron Lyons Blog Post Chenhao Tan ...…
 
This week is the final episode in the Reinforcing Foundations series we explore Process Management with Gordon Sloan. We get into the details of this complex and difficult question and find insights to help you prepare yourself and your clients for success. ADR Education Bernie Mayer - The Dynamics of Conflict Resolution Find Gordon Sloan onlin ...…
 
This week we are joined by Dr. Mike Talbot to explore Assertiveness and its role in process management. This is part 5 in our series designed to reinvigorate our core conflict resolution skills. UK Mediation Gestalt Theory Marshall Rosenberg - Non-violent Communication 4 step assertion sequence 1. When you do... 2. I feel or think... 3. I would ...…
 
This week we are joined by Lorraine Segal to explore boundaries. This is part 4 of our series designed to Reinvigorate some of our core Conflict Resolution skills. In this episode we try to answer these 2 big questions. How do I figure out what my boundaries should be? and What do I do when boundaries are violated? Adam Kahane - If you aren't p ...…
 
This week we continue our series to reinvigorate our conflict resolution skills with a focus on reframing. We explore the techniques, ideas and spaces where reframes can be used to shift dialogue with Stephanie Grunze-Swanson. Rapid City Community Conversations Tammy Lenksi's Podcast - The Space Between Our challenge for you is to actively focu ...…
 
Welcome to the second episode in our 6 week series designed to reinvigorate some of our core conflict resolution skills This week we are exploring the keys to good questions with Cinnie Noble. We discuss why questions are so important to the resolution process and how we can ask better questions. Cinnie's Book - Conflict Mastery: Questions to G ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode in our 6 week series designed to reinvigorate some of our core conflict resolution skills. This week we are joined by Luke Wiesner from the Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center to explore the power of Paraphrasing, find ways to practice in everyday life and gain greater insight into its use. Our #Foundations18 challeng ...…
 
Happy 2018! We return next week with a 6 part series Reinforcing Foundations. Each week we are joined by an amazing guest to lead us through a core conflict resolution skill. Its an great opportunity to get back to basics and be reflective on how you use each skill. Explore how to practice each skill in daily life. Follow us on @overconflict on ...…
 
This week we discuss the power of curiosity to change the dynamics of family gatherings. We speak with Kirsten Taberner Siggins and Kathy Taberner, a mother daughter coaching and writing team, about their experience using curiosity in coaching. They share some strategies and insights to employee with our close relations as we come into the holi ...…
 
This week we explore the application of the 1960s MIT hacker spirit to the legal profession, policy and conflict resolution. Jonathan Askin was an originator of the international Legal Hacker movement and shares his insights on where the movement has come from, some of its accomplishments and hopes for where it might go in the future. WHat is a ...…
 
One year after a successful kickstarter campaign, Amanda talks about her experience as a designer with the PignPotato game collective and shares some insights from experimenting with their first game Zombie Fight or Flight. What is a Game Jam? PignPotato Game Collective Zombie Fight of Flight - How to Play Video Kickstarter Visual Artist Rachel ...…
 
This week we explore resilience and the ways we can support individuals to increase their ability to handle adversity. Integral Coaching Model Find Shakeela Begum on LinkedIn or Twitter @shakeelabegum
 
What makes an apology sincere and impactful ... Aziz Ansari Terry O'Rielly - When Brands Apologize The Age of Persuasion Phyllis Pollack - On Apology Dr. Hariette Lerner Guy Winch - 5 Ingredients of an Effective Apology The Three Apologies analyzed Donald Trump Harvey Weinstein Chris Hemsworth Have you ever hear a really great apology? Tell us ...…
 
Amanda attended the Association for Conflict Resolution's 2017 Annual Conference in Addison, Texas Thank you Tammy Lenski and Cinnie Noble for the invitation. Question triggered from Jennifer Kresge's session: What impact does concussion or brain injury have on people's ability to participate in resolution processes? Question triggered from ODR ...…
 
We explore the concept of neutrality and how it fits into conflict resolution processes. Living Tree Doctrine in Canadian Law Restorative Justice Dr. Evelyn Zellerer - Peace Circles Yuki Matsuno can be found online here at www.yukimatsuno.ca/ Canadian Thanksgiving
 
Design Thinking Feedback - Episode 6 with Julie Daum Fundamental Attribution Error Marshall Rosenberg Non-Violent Communication Gervase Bush Are you actively involved in creating your organisation's culture? Let us know @overconflict Find out more about Pam on her website www.pamschmidt.ca
 
Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All International Peace Day is Sept, 21st UN Official Site: www.un.org/en/events/peaceday/ Antonio Guterres, UN Secretary General Thank you to Brav, Ben Zeigler and Poloma for sending us audio. And a big thank you to everyone who chatted with us about these topics over the past few weeks. Shak ...…
 
Acis and Galetea: A Gender Liberated Opera Performances: Sept 15&16 @ 7:30, Sept. 17 @ 1:30 The Orpheum Annex - 823 Seymour St. Vancouver, BC Baroque Opera Handel Hate Tweeting Doxing #DidoandAneas Les Feluettes Ensemble Nylandia Re:naissance Opera BC Living Arts More about Debi Wong at www.debiwong.com/ More about Alan Corbishley here…
 
Hear the Child Society Find Bobbi Poushinsky online at www.bobbipoushinsky.com Bobbi is headed to Calgary for the national Symposium on Children's Legal Representation: Children's Participation in Justice processes How are you bringing the voices of children into your conflict resolution processes? Tell us @overconflict…
 
This week we discuss Buts, Ands and Awkwardness with Julie Daum. Robert Rivers Sally Campbell The Pollyanna Principle Improvisational Yes, And was explored by Sharon Sutherland in Episode 9 Want to hear more from Julie? Listen to Episode 6 on feedback Find Julie Daum online here What do you think of buts? How are you helping people hold 2 oppos ...…
 
This week we continue our conversation with Roshan Danesh as it shifts to explore the Canadian context. Terra Nellius Doctrine of Discovery Social Darwinism Residential School Indian Act British North America Act Section 35 of the Canadian Constitution UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Sections 91 and Section 92 of the Canadian ...…
 
We welcome Roshan back to explore the creation of peace based curriculum. Education for Peace Bosnia and Herzegovina How might you go about reinforcing approaches to peace in your day-to-day life? Connect with us @overconflict
 
We explore what we can learn by attending the theatre. Aristotle Love is a Battlefield Martin Dockery Vanessa Quesnell The Girl Who was Raised by Wolverine Face-to-Face by David Williamson New York Peace Institute Tonya Joan Miller - The Story of Os The New Conformity - Story through juggling Edinburough Fringe 70th Anniversary Sharon's Guide t ...…
 
In this episode we explore a few ways theatre can be used in conflict resolution. For upcoming Applied Improvisation for Conflict Resolution Training with Sharon Sutherland check out the Creativity Zone Mentioned in this Episode Theatre of the Oppressed Augusto Boal Carrie Gallant Epsiode 003 - Coaching in Conflicts with Carrie Gallant Practici ...…
 
Join us in exploring tools, techniques and mind frames to help people bring their best selves to a resolution process. Tammy's Books are: The Conflict Pivot and Make Mediation Your Day Job Jeffrey Kottler Tammy's Blog Post - How to Confront Someone Without Being Confrontational Tammy can be found on the web at www.lenski.com How are you support ...…
 
In this episode we explore the ideas behind Unity-Based Mediation and discuss how conflict is thought about. Has Conflict Resolution Grown Up? - By Hossein B. Danesh and Roshan Danesh Roshan is faculty and co-founder at Education for Peace Mentioned in the Episode William Ury Robert Fisher John Paul Lederach Robert Baruch Bush Joseph Folger Nar ...…
 
Kari Boyle's 7 Criteria for Effective Feedback The feedback provider is credible in the eyes of the recipient The feedback provider is trusted by the recipient The feedback is conveyed with good intentions The timing and circumstances of giving the feedback are appropriate The feedback is given in an interactive manner The feedback message is c ...…
 
In this episode we continue to explore the ideas and techniques of narrative mediation. You can find Gerald Monk on the Web here The book mentioned in the intro: Narrative Mediation: A New Approach to Conflict by Gerald Monk and John Winslade Excerpt available on the Tao Institute Website here People Mentioned in this Episode David Epston Micha ...…
 
This is Part 1 of a 2 part conversation digging into the ideas and techniques of Narrative Mediation. Gerald Monk can be found on the web www.taosinstitute.net/gerald-monk or at Mediate.com The audio quality in this episode is significantly impacted by being recorded in a bar over beer. Let us know if you think it is worth it @overconflict…
 
Together we explore Conflict Coaching, the ways in which it can be used and how peacemakers may think about experimenting with it in their own contexts. Carrie can be found at www.gallantsolutionsinc.com Carrie recommended two books for those interested in beginning to explore Conflict Coaching further. Conflict Management Coaching by Cinnie No ...…
 
We chat with Tammy Lenski about using mediation skills to test niches and grow conflict resolution businesses. Tammy can be found on the web at www.lenski.com How are you using mediation skills to grow your business? Chat with us @overconflict
 
We chat with Wendy Lakusta about the dual roles of the mediator as Party Host and Meeting Manager. Do you have a different framework for understanding the role of the mediator? Or want to talk more about this one? We would love to hear from you @overconflict
 
We introduce ourselves and chat about our ideas and goals for this podcast. C.D. introduces us to the idea of identity wheels. You can see our identity wheel drawings on our website www.overthinkingconflict.com There is laughter! We are excited to talk about mediation, conflict resolution and peacemaking. Chat with us @overconflict…
 
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