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Webinar | Building peace and implementing trauma-informed strategies within communities recovering from extreme violence

with Wayne F Marriott

Wednesday 15 July 2020 | Online

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST)

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Building peace and implementing trauma-informed strategies within communities recovering from extreme violence

There are many facets of a community partnership that must come together to ensure peoples’ needs are met in a complex judicial system. At the heart of these interactions are the relationships fostered and maintained across a plethora of social identities, while maintaining the rule of law. Notably, some conflict in a system is normal, and when harnessed competently, change can be implemented as a robust and sustainable transformation. However, when the interests of a sub-group are not met, conflict can become entrenched and exacerbate the harm already apparent in that system. This is true of our justice system, where the rule of law is paramount, and the needs of increasingly diverse communities outstrip the pace that change can meet these requirements.

Following the March 15th, 2019 shooting in Christchurch New Zealand, formal and informal efforts to aid the people harmed were mobilised. Many were created from scratch. Wayne’s presentation takes an independent look at the trauma-informed values at the core of serving a community reeling from violent extremism.

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About the speaker

Wayne F Marriott
Founder, Fleetwood Group Limited
Conflict analyst, mediator, facilitator, conciliator, coach, and supervisor

Throughout his practice of 20 years, Wayne maintains an independent, neutral presence as his clients work to resolve issues that are unique to their situation.

Much of his current work revolves around trauma in various forms, be it personal, interpersonal, family, community, organisational or societal. His services are trauma-informed and aimed to bring about change and transformation in safe and trusted environments.

Wayne has a master’s degree in conflict transformation from the Eastern Mennonite University (Virginia, United States). He was awarded the Michael Klug Award in 2019 by the Resolution Institute.

www.waynemarriott.co.nz
https://www.resolution.institute/resources/journal-articles/responding-to-violent-extremism-following-the-15th-of-march-2019-mosque-attacks-in-christchurch-new-zealand
https://www.resolution.institute/news/presentation-to-wayne-marriott-2019-michael-klug-award

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