CUNY Dispute Resolution Center
- New York
899 10th Ave
The CUNY DRC has amassed an outstanding track record in addressing all kinds of difficult issues using a variety of innovative formats including dialogues, town meetings, mediation, and related informal dispute resolution processes. It has specialized in fostering constructive inter-group relations including dialogues between cops and kids and among culturally diverse groups. The CUNY DRC was established with funding provided by the City University of New York and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. In addition to the former, the CUNY DRC’s innovative activities are supported by grants from a wide range of foundations and government sources. CUNY DRC has been working with MH Mediate to do innovative work in the field of mental health and mediation.
For additional information about the CUNY Dispute Resolution Center, please contact staff at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Room 520, 899 Tenth Avenue, New York, New York 10019 (212–237–8692); email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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