Conflict is a normal part of everyday life. Many people are capable of resolving differences and restoring relationships when given the right tools and support.
Write through Conflict
Initially, hurtful interactions and
conflict may be too painful to address
Examining situations through writing is a
safe way to give voice to feelings,
opening up avenues for healing,
personal growth and future
During this class individuals:
There will be opportunities for discovery, reflection, and creating plans for peace.
Respectful sharing in a circle
can bring people together to:
develop strategic plans
build hope and common ground
Circles are used in families,
schools, workplaces, criminal
justice systems, and churches.
A variety of topics can be
explored for the purpose of
promoting unity within our
families and communities.
In conferencing, an individual accepts responsibility for harm he/she
caused in the community, family, workplace
or other settings.
Affected parties address harm by sharing perspectives and collaborating to develop a
plan aimed at:
For more information about Peacemaking Resource programs: 970.210.2339, firstname.lastname@example.org
Conflict Resolution Month
Peacemaking Resource promotes local peacemaking activities in recognition of
Conflict Resolution Month.
For more information about Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado
and events held throughout the state,
or for ideas on activities you could
host in the Mesa County visit www.conflictresolutionmonth.org
Find out how you can be involved!
Organize an event in Mesa County.
Help promote Conflict Resolution Month. Brainstorm with others to promote peacemaking in October and year round.
Listen.Talk. Work it out.