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The professional home for community mediators, restorative practitioners, and conflict experts.
The professional home for community mediators, restorative practitioners, and conflict experts.

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How's this for a straight forward message? Good thing we're about to do something big to help out! Join the "Preview Group" to register for a sneak peek: http://PeerMediators.org

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Have an interesting program, personality, resource, or research you'd like to feature on a national stage? +NAFCM has released an RFP for its ongoing Community Mediation Webinar Series. Submit your session proposal today! Deadline: August 15th.

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What motivates community mediators? Personal challenge, professional development, restorative aims, adrenaline highs, something else? Check out +Justin R. Corbett's personal story: "Rebel with a Cause: The Making of a Community Mediator" in +ACR Staff's latest ACResolution (digital) magazine.

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We're pleased to welcome all of our newest Board members, including +Brad Heckman and others http://goo.gl/D7E73. Congratulations and welcome aboard. We've a great journey ahead of us!

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Community mediation program Executive Director openings don't come around all that often. If you're looking, you're in luck! Here's one from the mighty state of Rhode Island...
Here's an amazing opportunity for those in the Northeast! The staff at CMCRI are fabulous and would be a delight to work with.

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The Perfect Start to a Mediator's Day. SImultaneously arousing AND impartial!

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We're pleased to extend a warm welcome to all of our new Board Members-Elect! Congratulations to each and many thanks to our members for casting their thoughtful votes!

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"The State of Community Mediation," a landmark review of the community dispute resolution field, is now available in its entirety for FREE! NAFCM's year-long assessment of community mediation includes never-before reported statistics on the breadth and impact of our field -- 400 local programs and 1,300 staff members offering dozens of services and mediating 100+ case types through the use of 20,000 trained volunteer mediators! Read, engage, and discuss the full report on NAFCM's website.

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+NAFCM's Community Mediation Webinar Series is now accepting registrations! Check out the initial schedule and register today! Seats in each cozy session are very limited!

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"Resources to Equip Our Commitment" was this week's theme in +NAFCM's monthlong Diversity + Inclusion Discussion Series. Read relevant research, bookmark helpful websites, and recommend your own ADR and mediation resources on diversity and inclusion.
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