Safe Communities in an Unsafe World
Safe Communities in an Unsafe World is an intensive one-day program offering attendees the most advanced research and practical resources on extremism, cross-cultural conflict management and de-escalation. It will explore the role of resilience, empathy, ethics and conflict-of-interest strategies in mitigating conflict resolutions. Attendees will understand the theoretical and cultural foundations of these concepts and will be equipped to use specific tools to address real-life situations that may arise in their areas of practice.
The program is designed for community stakeholders, policy makers, first responders, educators, social workers and healthcare practitioners. To register, e-mail SCI@price.usc.edu with the subject line “Safe Communities,” including your full name and organization (if applicable) in the body of the e-mail. The $500 cost to attend covers registration, materials and meals. (View event flyer PDF in new tab.)