Free Judiciary Program Focuses on Multi-Cultural Mediation
(BALTIMORE – March 8, 2010) The Maryland Judiciary’s Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO) will host a free program about negotiating and resolving conflicts in today’s multi-cultural society. The program will be held Monday, March 22, 6:30-9 p.m., at the University of Baltimore Student Center and Performing Arts Theater, 5th floor, 21 West Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore.
The event, “What You Need to Know About Culture: Its Impact on Communication, Negotiation and Mediation,” is part of MACRO’s “An Evening With” series, featuring national leaders in mediation and conflict resolution. The speaker for the evening is Nina Meierding, M.S., J.D., who has been providing training and mediation services throughout the United States and abroad for more than 25 years. She has consulted and trained many groups, including court systems, corporations, medical centers, government agencies, small and large businesses, and individuals in the areas of conflict resolution, cross-cultural and gender issues, and negotiation skills.
The “An Evening With” series is geared toward alternative dispute resolution professionals, but is open to the public. MACRO is hosting the series with the Negotiations and Conflict Management Program at the University of Baltimore.
The program is free. No reservations are required. Discounted parking vouchers will be given to the first 55 participants who sign in at the event. For more information, visit www.mdcourts.gov/macro.
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