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What Are Sections?

ACR Sections are special interest groups in Conflict Resolution.

 

Why Should I Join a Section?

Sections add to your ACR membership experience by providing interaction with members with interests in special areas. Members of ACR Sections fill a vital role in sharing common concerns, forging alliances and developing joint strategies to promote and strengthen the field of conflict resolution. Being a member of a Section allows you to build networking relationships, share ideas, experiences, and challenges and collaborate on issues of mutual interest. ACR currently has 13 Sections, in specialties in the field. For more information about Sections, please contact ACR’s Section Director at SectionDirector@acrnet.org.

 

Section Descriptions (click on a section's title to view their website)

Vision: a dream of peace, an intention to make a difference in the world, and a desire to help others.


Provides information to ADR professionals who resolve disputes in the commercial and financial services arena. 


 

For practitioners working in the Court ADR programs.


 

Helps you develop advanced skills in de-escalating high conflict incidents. Join us to connect the research and skills of experts such as crisis hostage negotiators and apply it to your work in conflict.


 

This Section of ACR highlights the restorative practice approaches which arise out of the principles and assumptions of Restorative Justice. Restorative Practices include community mediation in many forms and settings, as well as innovative alternative dispute resolution programs in criminal and community justice-making.


 

Education: Supports ADR practitioners from preK-12 to higher education settings.
Research: Provides a forum for exchange of ideas from all fields of conflict resolution research, practical applications and new ideas.
Training: Facilitates design and presentation of cutting edge programs that enhance trainer and training system development.


 

Supports your ADR practice to the elderly, their families and public/private service providers.


 

Promotes development of environmental and public dispute resolution programs.


 

Provides support to a wide range of family mediation fields.


 

Assists members in educating the public and the health care industry on ADR practices and offers a Health Care Section Help Line.


 

For practitioners working around the world to advance local conflict resolution.


 

Explore the use of online technology in resolving disputes.


 

Providing section members with education, practice building support, and professional development in collaborative approaches to workplace conflict management.



 

How Do I Join a Section?

Login as an ACR member, go to your profile, then select Groups. 

 


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