Established in 1989, the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management provides Ohioans with constructive, nonviolent forums, processes, and techniques for resolving disputes.

Focused on four program areas -- educational institutions, state and local government, courts, and communities -- the Commission works to positively affect the lives of all Ohio citizens by providing dispute resolution and conflict management training, consultation and technical assistance in designing dispute resolution programs, and facilitation and mediation services.





Conflict Resolution Education Institute for Higher Education Faculty: Supporting NCATE Requirements




Pre-K to 8 School Conflict Management Grant Applications

New   Trainer Application: 2003-2004 School Conflict Management Grant Program

Evaluating Your Conflict Resolution Education Program: A Guide for Educators and Evaluators

New   Uniform Mediation Act (UMA) User Guide

Right: "Peace" Alisa Wilkinson, Lexington High School, Elaine Clapper, Instructor

Riffe Center, 77 South High Street, 24th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215-6108
Phone 614/752-9595 - Fax 614/752-9682
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