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Welcome to Resolve

(formerly Mediation Works),

your non-profit center for dispute resolution and restorative justice serving southern Oregon since 1990.




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Registration is now open for the 2016 Fundamentals of Mediation Training 

This interactive training includes theory and practice in interest-based negotiation and provides the tools needed to intervene when conflict arises in your community, at work, or at home. Mediation is a growing field, increasingly recognized as a best practice for resolving conflict. As a participant, you will benefit from individualized coaching from our instructors and coaches who have decades of mediation and training experience. For more information, click here


Upcoming Restorative Justice Trainings

Introduction to Restorative Justice
Public Seminar, Friday November 13 - REGISTRATION

Restorative Justice is a philosophy of justice that focuses on repairing harm rather than on merely punishing those who have broken rules or laws. It calls for a community-based response to wrongdoing and is rapidly gaining acceptance and implementation by educational, legal, social work, and community groups. This public seminar will cover the philosophy and practices of Restorative Justice, why Restorative Justice is effective, what practices are in place in our community and world-wide, and begin to explore how you might implement Restorative Justice principles and practices in your own work or life. 

This seminar is now full. Please contact our office if you would like to be contacted the next time this training is available. 

Restorative Justice Dialogue & Conference Facilitation 
2-day Training, Thursday November 19 and Friday November 20

This two day advanced training focusses on the tools necessary to respond to harm and repair relationships within a school based or criminal justice setting. At the end of the training participants will be equipped with tools and resources to facilitate restorative intervention processes such as dialogues and conferences. For more information, click here

This training is now full. Please contact our office if you would like to be contacted the next time this training is available. 



Mediation Works is now Resolve! Read about the new name and brand here!




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