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Fri 22

April 22 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT

Holding it Together – The Role of the Judiciary

Mediators Beyond Borders International

Location: Both

This event is the 2nd of 2 events celebrating the 10th Anniversary of DU’s Masters in Mediation and Conflict Resolution Program, cohosted by Dominican University and Mediators Beyond Borders International. Attend this hybrid (in-person on Dominican University’s campus and virtually via Zoom) event: Holding it Together at Home and Abroad – The Role of the Judiciary. This 120-minute conversation event will be on April 22nd 2022, at 10:00 am CDT (UTC -5). Please use the Time Zone Converter to determine when this engaging conversation will be in your time zone.

There is not a workplace, community, or relationship where conflict does not pose a threat to progress – and for 10 years our programming has provided participants and graduates with the knowledge and skills to both formally mediate specific situations and to lead through conflict to resolution. From lawyers and law enforcement to teachers and social workers, and from human resources and employee assistance to those in faith-based/community-based organizations, our programming has helped the professional development of all participants and has led to impact in the organizations and communities where they operate. – Jake Bucher, PhD | Founding Dean, College of Applied Social Sciences

This is a panel discussion of MBBI’s Board members examining the critical role that the judiciary plays in supporting societies threatened with the rise of authoritarian governments as well as examine the politicization of the judiciary and how judges can maintain an equilibrium in their decision making. This discussion will focus on the judiciary internationally.

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