National Coalition Building Institute

Posted on January 28, 2005

You wanted to lead an award winning diversity workshop!
You need skills in Cultural Competency &/or Conflict Resolution!
You asked for the training for workshop leaders!
You?d like to be part of a team ending mistreatment of all groups!
Well, here it is! We would love to have you join us soon:

3-Day Prejudice Reduction Leadership Institute
(registration form at bottom)

Led by: NCBI International trainers Robert Dungey & Lisa Santer

Dates: Fri-Sun Feb 25-27, 2005

Time: 8:30 am – 5 pm
Lunch included

Place: Rutgers University-Camden, near Ben Franklin Bridge
wheelchair accessible

Transportation: Free van from Center City Philadelphia hotel

Hotel accommodations, if needed, available at a discount in Center City Philadelphia.

Fees: $295 if received by Jan. 31, $375 if received after Jan. 31.
At this time, many people are struggling financially. Due to financial support from Rutgers University-Camden, we can offer a special rate of $125 and additional scholarships to these people.
We also offer group discounts.

Please do not allow money to be the reason you or your organization miss this opportunity–contact Lisa Santer 215-922-0744 or early to find out more.

The Institute teaches all the steps for developing and leading the NCBI “Building Bridges Prejudice Reduction” workshop?exploring the emotional and institutional impact of discrimination and addressing the hurt, misinformation and powerlessness which keep prejudice in place. The Institute also teaches the NCBI ?Controversial Issues Process??moving hotly contested issues forward by listening to the heartfelt concerns on all sides and then reframing the debate in a way that builds bridges.

In large and small groups, participants learn hands-on practical skills to thaw prejudicial attitudes, to interrupt oppressive remarks and actions, and to be real allies on behalf of others.

The National Coalition Building Institute (NCBI) is an international non-profit organization. We operate on a principle of ?all for one, one for all?, tackling all forms of oppression and prejudice.

Our aim is to develop diverse teams of powerful, principled leaders who become allies and advocates for one another and resources for their communities, including workplaces.

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