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The Future of Mediation – Video Interview of Ken Cloke

The use of mediation has grown and evolved over last the thirty years. As the “founders” begin to retire and new voices emerge, what is the future of mediation from a global perspective? Ken Cloke is a well known figure in the field of conflict resolution with extensive experience nationally.

Sponsored by:
The Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution,
The Mediation Center of the Pacific, and
The Hawaii State Bar Association, ADR Section


Ken is the Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution in Santa Monica, California. Wearing the hats of mediator, arbitrator, attorney, coach, consultant, and trainer, he also specializes in resolving complex multi-party conflicts including community, grievance and workplace disputes, collective bargaining negotiations, organizational and school conflicts, sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits, and public policy disputes. Ken also provides services in designing preventative conflict resolution systems for organizations.

Ken is also the author of numerous books and articles including the just published The Dance of Opposites: Explorations in Mediation, Dialogue and Conflict Resolution Systems.

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Kenneth Cloke

Kenneth Cloke is Director of the Center for Dispute Resolution and a mediator, arbitrator, consultant and trainer, specializing in resolving complex multi-party conflicts internationally and in designing conflict resolution systems for organizations. Ken is a nationally recognized speaker and leader in the field of conflict resolution, and a published author… MORE >

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Peter Adler

Peter Adler directs ACCORD3.0, a group of independent consultants specializing in foresight, fact-finding and conseneus building. He is the former President and CEO of The Keystone Center and has held executive positions with the Hawaii Supreme Court, the Hawaii Justice Foundation, and Neighborhood Justice Center of Honolulu. Peter can also… MORE >

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