Circle Forward: Building a Restorative School Community

by  //  Tuesday, December 9, 2014 @ 4:29 PM  //  Resources

By Carolyn Boyes-Watson and Kay Pranis Circle Forward is a resource guide designed to help teachers, administrators, students and parents incorporate the practice of Circles into the everyday life of the school community.  This resource guide offers comprehensive step–by-step instructions for how to plan, facilitate and implement the Circle for a variety of purposes within […]

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The Choreography of Resolution: Conflict, Movement, and Neuroscience

by  //  Thursday, February 20, 2014 @ 4:44 PM  //  Resources

The Choreography of Resolution: Conflict, Movement, and Neuroscience Edited by Michelle LeBaron (Instructor – CSOP 2011), Carrie MacLeod, Andrew Floyer Acland The Choreography of Resolution will revolutionize how mediators handle conflict resolution. Learning how neuroscience is proving what dancers have known for centuries – this book explores the links between the physical, mental, and psychological […]

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Peacebuilder Banquet – Stan McKay and the story of Florence

by  //  Wednesday, April 24, 2013 @ 12:51 PM  //  Audio, Media

Click    to listen to the story of Florence, as told by Stan McKay at the CSOP Peacebuilders Banquet, June 9, 2011. Each week during the Canadian School of Peacebuilding we invite the general public to join our students for a lunch banquet of great local food and storytelling by one of the week’s instructors […]

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Global Nonviolent Action Database (GNAD)

by  //  Tuesday, May 1, 2012 @ 11:36 AM  //  Resources

Go to http://NVDatabase.swarthmore.edu to access a free global database of nonviolent actions.  Campaigns are drawn from nearly every country in the world, in which people overthrew dictators, changed environmental policies, halted racist discrimination, fought for economic justice, established their religious freedom, changed sexist and other oppressive laws, established national independence, and defended their neighborhoods – […]

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