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Your registration provides you with 6 x 1.5 hour online workshops, running over three half days 16 - 18 November, 2021. Workshop times are 9.00 - 10.30am and 11.00am - 12.30pm on these three days.

You can choose one workshop in each workshop session line. Please note workshops will not be recorded and shared afterwards, you must be able to attend 'live'.

Day 1: Tuesday 16 November
Workshop Session 1 | 9.00am - 10.30am | please arrive online from 8.55am

Grant Morris

FDR Forum: Challenges faced by the FDR sector - what can Resolution Institute do to help?
Kaye Penney, Samantha de Coning, Julia Hennessy & Trevor Slater

A tikanga Māori lens on restorative justice
Panel of
Māori Restorative Justice Providers

Workshop Session 2 | 11.00am - 12.30pm | please arrive online from 10.55am

Gerard Hoffman, Alex Zuur & Jon Everest

How do you set a good foundation for a successful mediation or conciliation?
Trevor Slater

Telling your story: a restorative approach to workplace conflict
Kirsty Ferguson

Restorative justice in the context of a death
Jane Bolitho & Terrence Davis

Day 2: Wednesday 17 November
Workshop Session 3 | 9.00am - 10.30am | please arrive online from 8.55am

Managing obstructive voices in a dispute resolution context: counsel, advisor, support person or a party
Anna Quinn, Lesley Ashworth, Lynn Booker & Mike Hinton

Legal issues relevant to mediation practice in Aotearoa: update and discussion
Nina Khouri, Nic Scampion & Trevor Slater

"Mate, are you dreaming??" Reality testing during complaint resolution
Sarah Ramsay, Stephanie Newton & Anna Costley

Restorative justice referrals in the context of family violence: a practitioner lens on the 'how to'
Waana Joyce & Jon Everest

Workshop Session 4 | 11.00am - 12.30pm | please arrive online from 10.55am

Aotearoa Best Practice Dispute Resolution Framework: kōrero on experiences, lessons learned and where to from here
The Government Centre for Dispute Resolution (GCDR) Team

Supporting dispute resolution services for tangata whenua – the role Māori cultural advisors in dispute resolution
Hemi Pirihi & Wi Pere Mita

Restorative justice and engaging with men who have caused harm
Dr John Waldon

Day 3: Thursday 18 November
Workshop Session 5 | 9.00am - 10.30am | please arrive online from 8.55am
Farm Debt Mediation one year one: updates, outcomes, insights and foresights
Gwyn Morgan & David Bogan

Mediation practice through a Maori lens. a tikanga-based approach to mediation
Wi Pere Mita

Online mediation practice: a facilitated forum to unpack learning, innovation, challenges and reflection
Matthew Clayton
Restorative Practice Sector Forum: questions, direction, discussion
Panel of Restorative Justice / Restorative Practice sector representatives
Workshop Session 6 | 11.00am - 12.30pm | please arrive online from 10.55am
Effective use of shuttle in mediation, conciliation and complaint handling
Deborah Clapshaw, Stephanie Newton, Nic Scampion & Edward Hardie
'Pasifikation' of the Resolution Institute (RI) model of mediation
Michael Ligaliga & Helenā Kaho
Loss and acknowledgement in FDR: a restorative way of working with families
Nicola Hartfield
Bringing the 'voice of the child' to a Restorative Justice conference
Mark Rutledge, Christine Rutledge & Abigail Simmonds
This session is kindly supported by RPA


includes content targeted at restorative justice facilitators

includes content targeted specifically at mediators in a range of contexts

although this session offers perspective from a specific context (either RJ or mediation) there will be learning for all