Equity Informed Mediation A confidential, compassionate, and structured process to effectively resolve community, workplace, family or organizational conflicts. Equity-informed mediation is a form of mediation where the mediator applies an equity framework to offer support to ALL parties at the table. As conflict is a part of larger social and institutional influences, we approach it ready to engage in discussions of race and social justice. Mediators of Color Network RNW is establishing a statewide network of Mediators of Color to give underserved, marginalized, and targeted communities increased access to mediation services. The network will provide equity, human rights & trauma informed frameworks to Oregon's historically white mediation standards, practices and institutions. This network is organized by RNW's Mediation Coordinator Nyanga Uuka. Register for our mediation training updates here!
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A PSA from white staff at RNW to white folk at large: https://youtu.be/J-KQZZJadMA For additional resources, visit: https://resolutionsnorthwest.org/steps/ Thank you Showing Up for Racial Justice - SURJ - DC and RNW student film intern Octavia Wade! https://youtu.be/J-KQZZJadMA
We're grateful one of our fierce and triumphant training participants, Venus Barnes, is able to share her story with our community, and the impact RNW training has had on her life and the intersections of her work and purpose. She's alchemized her knowledge and experience into a leadership position, mentoring youth in food justice. Thank you Venus for all that you do! In truth, YOU rise. My story begins with Resolutions Northwest when ... [Read on]