COVID-19 has caused a historic change and will continue to cause fundamental shifts in how we socialize and how we work as dispute resolvers.
Knowing how to host a meeting, and yes even mediations online, is an important set of skills to acquire and to perfect.
Diversity and Inclusion need to incorporate clients and practitioners with disabilities, and therefore, accessibility concerns must be at the forefront during this transition to the more prevalent use of ADR post-COVID-19.
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In part, this valuable training is a celebration of the achievements fostered by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (A.D.A)
Without a doubt, it’s an honor and a privilege to co-present this workshop with a blind person who is a rising voice in the training world.
This would not have been possible before the A.D.A.
There is no question about it, a lot of collaborative work remains to be done. There are simply too few visible leaders with disabilities who are actively shaping A.D.R. policy.
We are 100% committed to continuing the conversation on ensuring accessibility of A.D.R. for everyone.
Gary and I are leveraging our different platforms to include all groups, all races, all abilities to champion the broadest form of Diversity and Inclusion during this awakening moment in history.