In this presentation we will look at the practical challenges associated with the involvement of Indigenous People in ADR processes in Family and Child Protection processes. The presenter will also offer 10 suggestions on how to help better engage and attract the participation of this population.
Everyone welcome to participate:
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About the Presenter:
Jereme Brooks – AKA: Your favourite Uncle Jer, esq*
(*Not the American lawyer kind of esquire, but the haute gentleman)
Jereme is a Mediator, Youth Worker and Educator who has spent the last 20+ years designing programs for, and working with, high risk youth and families across Canada. In addition to his sense of humour, he brings a pragmatic approach, wealth of experience, a commitment to practical solution making, strong connections to the two cultures he is a product of (the Okanagan First Nation and Canadian Street Culture), a perspective of compassionate indifference, and a deep respect for diversity to his work with people.
Jereme’s PowerPoint in PDF version:
Video of Alternative Dispute Resolution Process for Indigenous People