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Community Conflict Transformation Group

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The Community Conflict Transformation Group is one of the Development Groups 

Next Meeting - last week of July 2010 (details to follow, or contact us)

Click here to get details of how to join the Networking Group Teleconference.

(If these meeting arrangements do not suit and you want to be involved please use the contact form link here)


-Agenda items include:

  1. Date of next meeting.
  2. Decisions made at previous meeting - are they a correct record?
  3. Actions outstanding from last meeting. 
  4. Proposed name change to this group: "Community empowerment & systemic win group".
  5. The Proposal is that the guidelines for preference of 'power with' working practices be reviewed by the Project Steering Group alongside the Ubuntu Code of Conduct - http://freelend.pbworks.com/How-we-work-together#CodeofConduct and a hybrid passed back to the Community Conflict Transformation Group for their approval. 
  6. Matters referred on by Networking Group, Marketing Group, Website Development Group, Community Conflict Transformation Group, Staff Recruitment and Induction Group or Fundraising Group
  7. Matters referred on by the Project Steering Group


Additional Agenda Items for a meeting once the freelender.org site needs more mediation support:


  1. Checking the chosen Saturdays for training sessions 10.30-12.30 (with lunchtime homework) & 2.30-4.30
  2. Liaison with local community mediation services
  3. Further capacity-building ideas for conflict transformation  


Pages for which this development group is jointly responsible:

Wiki pages

How we work together  (alongside Project Steering Group)

text on freelender.org Web Pages (responsiblility shared with Website Development Group)

  1. What should I do if an item is not returned?


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