Safe Communities in an Unsafe World – East Coast
The Safe Communities Institute will host an East Coast cohort for its one-day program, Safe Communities in an Unsafe World, in New York City. The program offers attendees the most advanced research and practical resources on extremism, cross-cultural conflict management and de-escalation. It explores the role of resilience, empathy, ethics and conflict-of-interest strategies in mitigating conflict resolutions.
The course integrates these powerful, under-used concepts into an operational process called “Mosaic of Engagement,” a community-led consensus building methodology designed to assist stakeholders in building a community-wide capacity for identifying conflict-related challenges and developing collaborative actions to enhance quality of life and public safety.
This course is open to community stakeholders, policy makers, first responders, educators, social workers, and healthcare practitioners. The cost to attend is $500 per attendee, which covers registration, materials and meals.
The deadline to register is April 27, 2018. To register, e-mail SCI@price.usc.edu with subject line “Safe Communities” and your full name and organization (if applicable) in the body.