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THE DIVIDED COMMUNITY PROJECT

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ICMA Training Incorporates DCP’s “Midland Simulation”
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ICMA Training Incorporates DCP’s “Midland Simulation”

June 14, 2018

ICMA invites DCP to run the Midland Simulation for 33 city managers . . .

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Pilot Project to facilitate Orlando Speaks June 4
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Pilot Project to facilitate Orlando Speaks June 4

May 18, 2018

The June 4 “Orlando Speaks” event will be hosted by DCP partner Valencia Peace and Justice Institute…

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Police Officials use “CPAT” and Simulation at Leadership Academy
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Police Officials use “CPAT” and Simulation at Leadership Academy

May 10, 2018

Midland Simulation and CPAT used with Ohio police officers . . .

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Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association uses Live “CPAT” Polling to Discuss Civil Unrest
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Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association uses Live “CPAT” Polling to Discuss Civil Unrest

May 7, 2018

Project tool used live with Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association & Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams . . .

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DCP Honored with ABA’s “Lawyer as Problem Solver” Award
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DCP Honored with ABA’s “Lawyer as Problem Solver” Award

April 9, 2018

The ABA’s Section of Dispute Resolution awarded the Divided Community Project the recipient of the 2018 institutional Lawyer as Problem Solver Award…

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Littlefield Foundation Awards DCP $100K
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Littlefield Foundation Awards DCP $100K

April 3, 2018

The Jacques M. Littlefield Foundation approved a $100,000 grant over two years . . .

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the divided community project

strengthens community efforts to transform division into action. The project focuses on how communities can respond constructively to civil unrest as well as on how they can identify and meaningfully address the reasons underlying community division.

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Current Initiatives Include

1. Establishing pilot programs that test differing models for communities to develop plans for identifying and addressing practices that trigger civil unrest;
2. Designing and implementing dispute resolution processes that address systemic changes;
3. Developing conflict assessment tools and protocols that convert community division into positive action.

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Planning in Advance of Civil Unrest

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Key Considerations for Community Leaders Facing Civil Unrest

 


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Social Media Self-Assessment

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Strategies for Addressing Division

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Divided Communities and Social Media: Strategies for Community Leaders 


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Behind The Divided Community Project is a dedicated and amazing group of experts, community leaders, foundations, and volunteers.

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