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Mini C2D2 Event Coming Up In Toronto

The organizers of the Canadian Conference on Dialogue and Deliberation (C2D2) are holding an event March 2 in Toronto at Metro Hall from 3PM to 8:30PM. The format is set up so you can attend all or part, depending on your schedule. For more information, contact: Melissa Abramowitz, melissa.abramovitz@utoronto.ca, Charlotte Young, c2d2@envision-synergy.net or Miriam Wyman, miriam.wyman@utoronto.ca. To see the agenda for this mini conference, click on the link below.

Proposed agenda: C2D2 ­ Look alike

Toronto, March 2, 2006

Timing Topics

3:00PM Arrival

3:15PM Welcome and purpose/ overview

3:30PM World Café*

• Facilitated by: D. Abbey-Livingston; Dianne Abbey-Livingston and Associates, Inc,

4:30PM Session 1

• The Focused Conversation Method for Enabling Dialogue; J. Miller, ICA Associates Inc.

or

• Participatory Budgeting in the Toronto Community Housing Corporation; D. Ballantyne; E. Murialdo; Toronto Housing Corporation; M.Balkwill, Balkwill & Associates

5:15PM Session 2

• People Talking: Building Bridges in Deep Rooted Conflict; (Between Palestinians and Jews) Y. Schneid, R. Massoud, B. Heller: Crossing the Divide or

• Dialogue and Peacebuilding in the Middle East; I. Alleson; University of Toronto; I. Greenspan, Ryerson University; I. Hawamdeh, Amman Center for Peace and Development, Jordan or

• We’ve Got to Stop Meeting Like This! Questions (and answers?) to Help Advance the ‘Civic Field’ in North America; M. Leighninger, Study Circles Resource Centre; M. Shields, City of Toronto; M. Wyman, Practicum Limited

6:00PM Dinner (provided for a nominal fee #)

7:00PM Spider Web Facilitation: Where do we go from here?

• Facilitated by: C. Young, Ph.D.; ENVision…synergy

8:15PM Debrief and closing

8:30PM Adjourn

* World Café is a process for bringing people into the spirit of dialogue based on the assumption that people ­ no matter who they are ­ have the capacity to explore together even the most challenging issues.

The spirited conversations work in cozy living rooms and crowded ballrooms with equal success.

# Fee may be waived if we receive a hospitality grant from the City.

Amy Lang
Amy Lang is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions at the University of British Columbia. She wrote her dissertation on British Columbia’s groundbreaking Citizens’ Assembly process, and is currently doing follow-up research on the Ontario Citizens’ Assembly.

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