advanced ethics workshop focuses on the theory and practice of ethical decision
making in dispute resolution processes. The training covers the ADR Institute
of Canada’s Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct and analyzes ethical dilemmas
that ADR practitioners face. This workshop takes into account how the dynamics
of conflict impact ethical considerations and will encourage participants to
cultivate ethical intuition.
includes course materials, certificate, breakfast, lunch, and refreshments.
Successful completion of this workshop satisfies the ethics course requirement
contains 10 CEE Points.
To read more
about this workshop, view full flyer: www.adr-ontario.ca/ethics
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ADRIO Office, 234 Eglinton Avenues East, Suite 405, Toronto, Ontario.
Thursday, March 14, 2019, 9:00AM – 4:30PM
Circle Member: $190
deadline: Midnight, February 22, 2019
+HST on all rates. Cancellation Policy: If you are unable to attend, your
registration is fully transferable to another person in your organization. If
you must cancel, notice must be received in writing. All refund requests
received on or prior to February 21, 2019 will receive a refund less a 20%
administrative fee; those received on or before February 28, 2019 will receive
a refund less 50%. No refunds after February 28, 2019. Sessions, speakers and
times are subject to change. Registrations are tentative until March 4, 2019. Should ADRIO need to
cancel this event, you will receive a full refund.
registration is accepted and payment is processed, the refund policy above will
apply in all circumstances.
Alicia Kuin, C.Med, LL.M.
(ADR), M.A., B.A.
Conflict Analyst & Mediator
possesses an LL.M. in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law
School, a Masters in Conflict Studies and Human Rights from the Netherlands,
and certificates in Graduate Legal Studies, Civil Procedure, ADR, Advanced ADR,
and Practical Ethics for Working Mediators.
international experience includes working with the United Nations on a legal
defence team at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia,
located in The Hague. She has also worked with a team of legal counsel to the
National Democratic Front of the Philippines (NDF), focusing on human rights
and identity-based issues related to the peace negotiations between the NDF and
the Government of the Philippines.
With ten years of
practice as a conflict resolution educator, she is experienced in designing and
teaching negotiation and mediation workshops and training sessions, as well as
providing conflict resolution coaching. She teaches at both the under-graduate
and graduate levels on the topics of asymmetrical conflict and the roles of
power, culture, and identity framing in peace processes.
Alicia is a
former Director of the ADR Institute of Ontario. She is also the Founder and
Chair of the Mediators Beyond Borders Canada regional group. In 2013, she was
one of the first participants accepted into the International Academy of
Mediators Inaugural Mentorship Program.