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Best Practices in ADR through a Multi-faith Lens: Successes and Challenges - Shared screen with speaker view
Yazan Al-Naib
37:37
I can not see other than Ms. Thompson
Jane Kilpatrick
38:00
nor can I
Brenda Kelleher-Flight
38:02
I can't see the attendees.
Yazan Al-Naib
45:16
Is Mr. A-Nawaz address disputes within the Ismaili group or across other faiths?
Al-Nawaz Nanji
50:40
We handle disputes within the community and also with other faiths, as long as one party is a member of our faith. So for example, where one member of a couple is an Ismaili Muslim and the other member is a member of a different faith, we help with those disputes.
Yazan Al-Naib
51:19
Thanks
Marion Hill
01:17:09
what about finding universal values that cross religious lines
Marion Hill
01:18:46
finding commonalities asa common meeting space as a ground for conflict healing
Sam CC
01:19:19
Powerful observation Esther. Birth order, social hierarchy can have an important impact on family disputes.
Mohammad Hafeez
01:20:12
Thanks to Mr. Nanji for giving us insight into the Ismaili organizations and the kinds of services they provide. Just curious, are all the volunteer mediators from the same community?
Al-Nawaz Nanji
01:23:15
Yes our mediators are from the same faith community, but have diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
Mohammad Hafeez
01:23:53
Thanks Mr. Nanaji.
Mohammad Hafeez
01:30:58
Peter, your opening remarks were impressive and informative; many thanks. Did I hear it right that your organization could use more faith-based mediators? A clarification will oblige.
Regina Odofle Thompson
01:31:47
Thanks Marie-France.
Peter Bruer
01:33:11
Yes, community mediation services are always looking for new volunteer mediators to keep our rosters current. Having said that, we get ten applicants for each spot that comes open! And you have to live in our catchment. Check out the Ontario Community Mediation Coalition.
Kathy Hutchings
01:34:14
I love the analogy of "How do you live in your religion, skin or clothes?"
Mohammad Hafeez
01:34:25
Thanks a lot Peter.
Rosalia
01:48:52
Well said Mr. Nanji
Marion Hill
01:57:32
great response on re
Marion Hill
01:58:01
religious commonalities
Brenda Kelleher-Flight
02:04:41
Thank you for the presentations. Excellent.
Monique Proulx
02:05:10
My Q is for anyone: Why cannot be solved the jewish-palestine conflict?
Diane Tucker
02:05:50
you have spoken about mediation during this presentation. I am an arbitrator, not a mediator. How can this discussion be applied to arbitration?
Martine
02:19:17
Merci beaucoup everyone!
darcytkachuk
02:19:32
Re: Isreal-Palestine conflict - the 1970s Egypt-Isreal peace accords were derived through a lengthy Camp David mediation process with President Carter. Despite the two countries having been at war repeatedly before, they have achieved a durable peace that has now been maintained for almost 50 years. But mediation requires that the parties have to WANT to resolve the conflict.
Mohammad Hafeez
02:22:45
This has been one of the most interesting and educating programs. My compliments to all the panelists for their wonderful presentations. Linda's suggestion about the benefits of co-mediations is most appreciated. Thanks.
Mohammad Hafeez
02:29:06
It was great to see Esther's knowledge encompassing so many faiths. Great job Esther.
Phil Maier
02:31:07
Well done!
Danielle Larose
02:31:14
Merci!
Lea Kivi
02:31:18
thank you for a nice presentation!
Jacques S. Darche
02:31:41
Bravo. Well done.
Helen Lightstone (She/Her)
02:31:57
Thank you so much! Well done!
Sam CC
02:32:11
Thank you for this incredible session.
Monique Proulx
02:32:32
Congratulations! I'm very satisfied with this very rich encounter.
Katie (she/her)
02:32:36
Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom...much to consider!