Susan Carpenter: Public Disputes Require Creativity – Video

Susan Carpenter talks first about how a structured approach to dispute is good for volunteer mediation programs and how this is different than mediation for public policy issues. Public policy including environmental disputes require the mediator to work with the parties in designing the process.

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Susan Carpenter

Susan Carpenter is a mediator, trainer and writer in private practice. She has spent the past thrity years developing and managing programs to reach consensus on public issues, resolve public controversies and develop common goals and visions at the local, state and national level. She was the founding director of… MORE >

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