Part 2 is open to MCFM, MCLC and APFM members ONLY.
Friday, January 29, 2021
1 p.m. to 2 p.m. EDT
by Zoom Videoconference
Presenters: Dr. David Campt and Matthew Freeman, The Dialogue Company
Part 2 builds on the Part 1 Keynote Address by Dr. David Campt, "Unconscious Bias: Creating an Understanding That Works for Everyone."
This workshop will provide a synopsis of the state of research about the ways that bias, privilege, and structural racism affect the dispute resolution arts of family law, financial planning, mediation and coaching. In addition, the presentation will include guidance about how dispute resolution organizations should evaluate their own progress on inclusion and equity. Part 2 is open to MCFM, MCLC and APFM members only.
Recommended Prerequisite: Part I Keynote Address by Dr. Campt -- see "Registration Information" below to access recording.
A special note about the remaining parts of the Diversity Workshop Series:
Part 3--Goal Clarification Workshop and Part 4--Two-Session Planning Sequence Workshops: These workshops will be open to MCFM Board Members and MCFM's Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee members only. If you are interested in participating in the Part 3 and Part 4 active workshops please consider joining the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee. For more information on the committee, reach out to co-chair Jen Hawthorne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MCFM Members: Free of charge.
Recommended Prerequisite: Part 1 Keynote: "Unconscious Bias: Creating an Understanding That Works for Everyone" (Access the recording by logging in to your MCFM member account and clicking "Resources" under the "Members Area" tab in the green navigation bar.)
Zoom Access Instructions will be included in your registration confirmation email.
Questions? Email admin@MCFM.org