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Deep Diversity® Institute
May 21 @ 9:30 pm – May 23 @ 4:30 pm

Leadership Skills for Inclusive Schools and Workplaces

YWCA Madison in collaboration with the Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program (SISL) at Edgewood College is thrilled to co-organize this opportunity for transformational learning and capacity building for any organization committed to deepening the practice of inclusion and equity in the workplace.

Course Dates: May 21, 22, & 23, 2019

2-Day Institute with Optional 3rd Day Facilitator Lab

The Deep Diversity® training skillfully integrates the latest research from neuroscience, psychology, prejudice reduction, organizational development and mindfulness with proven practices for sustaining organizational performance. This unique professional development opportunity is experiential and holistic, a challenging yet non-threatening approach to tackling issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity.

This award-winning training process will develop key leadership knowledge and skills to support workplace inclusion and equity, as outlined in Shakil Choudhury’s book, Deep Diversity: Overcoming Us vs. Them.

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Registration for the Deep Diversity Institute is now closed.

Note for registration: Select option SUSTAIN-12-SP18-1 for the 2-day Institute and add option SUSTAIN-12-SP18-2 if you are also registering for the 3rd day of Facilitation Lab.

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May
22
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Deep Diversity® Institute
May 22 @ 9:30 pm – May 24 @ 4:30 pm

Leadership Skills for Inclusive Schools and Workplaces

YWCA Madison in collaboration with the Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program (SISL) at Edgewood College is thrilled to co-organize this opportunity for transformational learning and capacity building for any organization committed to deepening the practice of inclusion and equity in the workplace.

Course Dates: May 21, 22, & 23, 2019

2-Day Institute with Optional 3rd Day Facilitator Lab

The Deep Diversity® training skillfully integrates the latest research from neuroscience, psychology, prejudice reduction, organizational development and mindfulness with proven practices for sustaining organizational performance. This unique professional development opportunity is experiential and holistic, a challenging yet non-threatening approach to tackling issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity.

This award-winning training process will develop key leadership knowledge and skills to support workplace inclusion and equity, as outlined in Shakil Choudhury’s book, Deep Diversity: Overcoming Us vs. Them.

learn More

Registration for the Deep Diversity Institute is now closed.

Note for registration: Select option SUSTAIN-12-SP18-1 for the 2-day Institute and add option SUSTAIN-12-SP18-2 if you are also registering for the 3rd day of Facilitation Lab.

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Social Innovation & Sustainability Leadership LogoYWCA Madison Logo

May
23
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Deep Diversity® Institute
May 23 @ 9:30 pm – May 25 @ 4:30 pm

Leadership Skills for Inclusive Schools and Workplaces

YWCA Madison in collaboration with the Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership Program (SISL) at Edgewood College is thrilled to co-organize this opportunity for transformational learning and capacity building for any organization committed to deepening the practice of inclusion and equity in the workplace.

Course Dates: May 21, 22, & 23, 2019

2-Day Institute with Optional 3rd Day Facilitator Lab

The Deep Diversity® training skillfully integrates the latest research from neuroscience, psychology, prejudice reduction, organizational development and mindfulness with proven practices for sustaining organizational performance. This unique professional development opportunity is experiential and holistic, a challenging yet non-threatening approach to tackling issues of diversity, inclusion, and equity.

This award-winning training process will develop key leadership knowledge and skills to support workplace inclusion and equity, as outlined in Shakil Choudhury’s book, Deep Diversity: Overcoming Us vs. Them.

learn More

Registration for the Deep Diversity Institute is now closed.

Note for registration: Select option SUSTAIN-12-SP18-1 for the 2-day Institute and add option SUSTAIN-12-SP18-2 if you are also registering for the 3rd day of Facilitation Lab.

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Aug
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Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series
Aug 5 @ 8:00 am – Aug 8 @ 4:00 pm
Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series @ YWCA Empowerment Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States

Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series

August 5, 2019; August 7, 2019; August 8, 2019 – summer 2019 SERIES

YWCA Madison offers three-day professional development training workshops for educators, community members and parents.

Restorative Justice Workshops Descriptions

  • Level 100: Restorative Justice as a Way to Dismantle Institutional Racism
    • The Restorative Justice program is embedded in Racial Equity Justice. Through experiential and practical activities participants will ground the work and the philosophy using a racial justice lens.
  • Level 200: Building Empathy Through Restorative Justice Circle Process
    • Empathy has been used as a determinant for virtuous behavior, which is why there is a broad and ever-growing body of research surrounding this topic. In this experiential workshop, we will experience and practice circle process as a natural empathy and resilience cultivator.
  • Level 300: Restorative Justice In Education Framework (Holistic Restorative Approach For Cultural Shift)
    • In this workshop, we will explore and engage in dialogue around the framework of Restorative Justice in Education (Evans & Vaandering). Within this framework, Restorative Justice is deeply connected to teaching and learning theory, as well as to school climate and culture. We will explore how RJE can be implemented in the institutional structure of a school through its three components: Nurture healthy relationships, create just and equitable learning environments, and repair harm and transform conflict.

All Restorative Justice Workshops sessions will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at YWCA Madison’s Empowerment Center located at 2040 S. Park Street. Purchased individually, each workshop is $125. Attend all three levels and save $75.

To register for the Restorative Justice Workshops click here. To be notified about future workshop dates or if you have additional questions, please email Alí Treviño-Murphy.

Aug
7
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Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series
Aug 7 @ 8:00 am – Aug 10 @ 4:00 pm
Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series @ YWCA Empowerment Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States

Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series

August 5, 2019; August 7, 2019; August 8, 2019 – summer 2019 SERIES

YWCA Madison offers three-day professional development training workshops for educators, community members and parents.

Restorative Justice Workshops Descriptions

  • Level 100: Restorative Justice as a Way to Dismantle Institutional Racism
    • The Restorative Justice program is embedded in Racial Equity Justice. Through experiential and practical activities participants will ground the work and the philosophy using a racial justice lens.
  • Level 200: Building Empathy Through Restorative Justice Circle Process
    • Empathy has been used as a determinant for virtuous behavior, which is why there is a broad and ever-growing body of research surrounding this topic. In this experiential workshop, we will experience and practice circle process as a natural empathy and resilience cultivator.
  • Level 300: Restorative Justice In Education Framework (Holistic Restorative Approach For Cultural Shift)
    • In this workshop, we will explore and engage in dialogue around the framework of Restorative Justice in Education (Evans & Vaandering). Within this framework, Restorative Justice is deeply connected to teaching and learning theory, as well as to school climate and culture. We will explore how RJE can be implemented in the institutional structure of a school through its three components: Nurture healthy relationships, create just and equitable learning environments, and repair harm and transform conflict.

All Restorative Justice Workshops sessions will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at YWCA Madison’s Empowerment Center located at 2040 S. Park Street. Purchased individually, each workshop is $125. Attend all three levels and save $75.

To register for the Restorative Justice Workshops click here. To be notified about future workshop dates or if you have additional questions, please email Alí Treviño-Murphy.

Aug
8
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Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series
Aug 8 @ 8:00 am – Aug 11 @ 4:00 pm
Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series @ YWCA Empowerment Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States

Restorative Justice Summer Workshop Series

August 5, 2019; August 7, 2019; August 8, 2019 – summer 2019 SERIES

YWCA Madison offers three-day professional development training workshops for educators, community members and parents.

Restorative Justice Workshops Descriptions

  • Level 100: Restorative Justice as a Way to Dismantle Institutional Racism
    • The Restorative Justice program is embedded in Racial Equity Justice. Through experiential and practical activities participants will ground the work and the philosophy using a racial justice lens.
  • Level 200: Building Empathy Through Restorative Justice Circle Process
    • Empathy has been used as a determinant for virtuous behavior, which is why there is a broad and ever-growing body of research surrounding this topic. In this experiential workshop, we will experience and practice circle process as a natural empathy and resilience cultivator.
  • Level 300: Restorative Justice In Education Framework (Holistic Restorative Approach For Cultural Shift)
    • In this workshop, we will explore and engage in dialogue around the framework of Restorative Justice in Education (Evans & Vaandering). Within this framework, Restorative Justice is deeply connected to teaching and learning theory, as well as to school climate and culture. We will explore how RJE can be implemented in the institutional structure of a school through its three components: Nurture healthy relationships, create just and equitable learning environments, and repair harm and transform conflict.

All Restorative Justice Workshops sessions will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at YWCA Madison’s Empowerment Center located at 2040 S. Park Street. Purchased individually, each workshop is $125. Attend all three levels and save $75.

To register for the Restorative Justice Workshops click here. To be notified about future workshop dates or if you have additional questions, please email Alí Treviño-Murphy.

Aug
12
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Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series
Aug 12 @ 8:00 am – Aug 15 @ 4:00 pm
Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series @ YWCA Empowerment Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States

Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series

August 12, 2019; August 14, 2019; August 15, 2019 – summer 2019 SERIES

YWCA Madison offers three-day professional development training workshops for educators, community members and parents.

Restorative Justice Workshops Descriptions

  • Level 100: Restorative Justice as a Way to Dismantle Institutional Racism
    • The Restorative Justice program is embedded in Racial Equity Justice. Through experiential and practical activities participants will ground the work and the philosophy using a racial justice lens.
  • Level 200: Building Empathy Through Restorative Justice Circle Process
    • Empathy has been used as a determinant for virtuous behavior, which is why there is a broad and ever-growing body of research surrounding this topic. In this experiential workshop, we will experience and practice circle process as a natural empathy and resilience cultivator.
  • Level 300: Restorative Justice In Education Framework (Holistic Restorative Approach For Cultural Shift)
    • In this workshop, we will explore and engage in dialogue around the framework of Restorative Justice in Education (Evans & Vaandering). Within this framework, Restorative Justice is deeply connected to teaching and learning theory, as well as to school climate and culture. We will explore how RJE can be implemented in the institutional structure of a school through its three components: Nurture healthy relationships, create just and equitable learning environments, and repair harm and transform conflict.

All Restorative Justice Workshops sessions will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at YWCA Madison’s Empowerment Center located at 2040 S. Park Street. Purchased individually, each workshop is $125. Attend all three levels and save $75.

To register for the Restorative Justice Workshops click here. To be notified about future workshop dates or if you have additional questions, please email Alí Treviño-Murphy.

Aug
14
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Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series
Aug 14 @ 8:00 am – Aug 17 @ 4:00 pm
Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series @ YWCA Empowerment Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States

Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series

August 12, 2019; August 14, 2019; August 15, 2019 – summer 2019 SERIES

YWCA Madison offers three-day professional development training workshops for educators, community members and parents.

Restorative Justice Workshops Descriptions

  • Level 100: Restorative Justice as a Way to Dismantle Institutional Racism
    • The Restorative Justice program is embedded in Racial Equity Justice. Through experiential and practical activities participants will ground the work and the philosophy using a racial justice lens.
  • Level 200: Building Empathy Through Restorative Justice Circle Process
    • Empathy has been used as a determinant for virtuous behavior, which is why there is a broad and ever-growing body of research surrounding this topic. In this experiential workshop, we will experience and practice circle process as a natural empathy and resilience cultivator.
  • Level 300: Restorative Justice In Education Framework (Holistic Restorative Approach For Cultural Shift)
    • In this workshop, we will explore and engage in dialogue around the framework of Restorative Justice in Education (Evans & Vaandering). Within this framework, Restorative Justice is deeply connected to teaching and learning theory, as well as to school climate and culture. We will explore how RJE can be implemented in the institutional structure of a school through its three components: Nurture healthy relationships, create just and equitable learning environments, and repair harm and transform conflict.

All Restorative Justice Workshops sessions will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at YWCA Madison’s Empowerment Center located at 2040 S. Park Street. Purchased individually, each workshop is $125. Attend all three levels and save $75.

To register for the Restorative Justice Workshops click here. To be notified about future workshop dates or if you have additional questions, please email Alí Treviño-Murphy.

Aug
15
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Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series
Aug 15 @ 8:00 am – Aug 18 @ 4:00 pm
Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series @ YWCA Empowerment Center | Madison | Wisconsin | United States

Restorative Justice Second Summer Workshop Series

August 12, 2019; August 14, 2019; August 15, 2019 – summer 2019 SERIES

YWCA Madison offers three-day professional development training workshops for educators, community members and parents.

Restorative Justice Workshops Descriptions

  • Level 100: Restorative Justice as a Way to Dismantle Institutional Racism
    • The Restorative Justice program is embedded in Racial Equity Justice. Through experiential and practical activities participants will ground the work and the philosophy using a racial justice lens.
  • Level 200: Building Empathy Through Restorative Justice Circle Process
    • Empathy has been used as a determinant for virtuous behavior, which is why there is a broad and ever-growing body of research surrounding this topic. In this experiential workshop, we will experience and practice circle process as a natural empathy and resilience cultivator.
  • Level 300: Restorative Justice In Education Framework (Holistic Restorative Approach For Cultural Shift)
    • In this workshop, we will explore and engage in dialogue around the framework of Restorative Justice in Education (Evans & Vaandering). Within this framework, Restorative Justice is deeply connected to teaching and learning theory, as well as to school climate and culture. We will explore how RJE can be implemented in the institutional structure of a school through its three components: Nurture healthy relationships, create just and equitable learning environments, and repair harm and transform conflict.

All Restorative Justice Workshops sessions will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at YWCA Madison’s Empowerment Center located at 2040 S. Park Street. Purchased individually, each workshop is $125. Attend all three levels and save $75.

To register for the Restorative Justice Workshops click here. To be notified about future workshop dates or if you have additional questions, please email Alí Treviño-Murphy.