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Make Talk Work!

January 24, 2009

Make Talk Work!

The City University of New York Dispute Resolution Consortium at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, announces a second international competition for short videos of up to 60 seconds using any of the themes in the 24 Make Talk Work® bookmarks. This video project, which is funded by the JAMS Foundation, seeks to increase public awareness about how conflicts can be handled. Prizes available for youth and adult categories; awards range from $250 to $3,000.

For competition rules, go to http://johnjay.jjay.cuny.edu/dispute. Deadline for submission is April 17, 2009 at 5pm (EST).

The 60 second videos have to be based on the 24 Make Talk Work bookmarks that can be seen [here]

The bookmarks and the competition are a great, innovative way to promote ADR techniques and values. Help spread the word!

Also note, you are able to purchase the bookmarks if interested to distribute or for personal use. Depending on the amount, I believe you can get some for free.