In Different Voices: refugee and migrant communities' engagement with conflict resolution
Webinar recording | Online | Available for purchase
''Thank you for bringing this wonderful conversation to our community of practice. It is difficult to access sessions about cultural safety and fluidity. This session was presented with such compassionate wisdom and positivity that I feel fortunate to have been able to hear it''
This study explored the challenges faced by refugee (or 'resettled') and migrant populations when engaging with conflict resolution in New Zealand. Three groups were interviewed in-depth: 16 refugee community leaders, 8 conflict resolution professionals and 9 policy advisors in the area of former refugees and new migrants.
Anet shares the authors’ analysis of the findings, feedback from participants and interested professionals since publication of the first major outcomes article, themes that emerged from the interviews, and most importantly, what we could learn for our work as conflict resolvers.
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About the presenter
Anet has worked as a barrister, mediator and conflict management professional in a range of fields since 1990. She has lectured and trained in conflict communication and resolution at AUT University and tutored in Mediation and Conflict Resolution at Auckland University School of Law.
Initially practising in corporate and later common law, her professional experience over the past 28 years and over 4,000 disputes includes the membership of the Weathertight Homes and Earthquake Commission Panels, ACC review and mediation, and wide-ranging experience of public and private sector mediations and facilitations. Areas covered: construction, insurance law, partnership, ACC, Health, and Family Law (elder, testamentary, succession planning, relationship property, EIP, and FDR disputes
Anet is a Fellow of the Resolution Institute and holds advanced mediation accreditation. In 2015 Anet was awarded the Resolution Institute Practitioner award for significant contribution to Dispute Resolution.