Although our name is Center for Divorce Mediation, we do other types of mediation. These include marital, elder, civil rights to name a few. An area of mediation which does not get a lot of publicity is immigration mediation. The Arizona Chapter of the Association for Conflict Resolution, http://www.mediate.com/acrarizona, and the University of Arizona School of Law are sponsoring a program on February 9, 2008 on this topic. If you want more information, the following is a copy of the flyer. WM 1/29/08
ARIZONA ASSOCIATION FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION
University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
MEDIATION MEETS IMMIGRATION:
Recourse to Employment, Education, Health Care, Housing, and Consumer Discrimination
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED!!!!!
DAY: Saturday DATE: February 9, 2008
TIME: 10AM – 1:30PM
PLACE: UA, Rogers College of Law, 1201 East Speedway @ Mountain, Tucson, Arizona Room 146
VISITOR PARKING: Garage is on Park, north of Speedway
LUNCH: Compliments of AACR (Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org)
CLE credit (3 hours/ including .5 hour Ethics)
KAT RODRIGUEZ, Coordinator of Coalicion de Derechos Humanos, Tucson, AZ.
TOPIC: Residents of Tucson who file grievances over abuses find assistance in
achieving resolutions, via mediations and negotiated interventions.
JENNIFER ALLEN, Founding Member & Executive Director of Border Action Network, Tucson.
TOPIC: Current policies impacting immigrants and border communities in Arizona are under
attack as unfair, inhuman, and unworkable policies.
JUDITH GANS, Coordinator for the Udall Center for Public Policy, Tucson.
TOPIC: The role of immigrants within Arizona and U.S. A.;
& The difficulties associated with immigration reform.
SUSAN BULFINCH, Board Member & President-elect of AACR, Phoenix.
TOPIC: Are there any ethical or legal considerations for mediators where one party is an
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
Roger Hartstone, AACR