From the archive

2019 Spring

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Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate

The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate is dedicated to educating the public about the role of the Senate in our government, inspiring civic engagement, and invigorating civil discourse. The Kennedy Institute’s Dinner Conversations program arose out of research into the Kennedy family tradition of engaging in robust conversations and debate at… More

Massachusetts Eye & Ear

Massachusetts Eye and Ear is a teaching hospital at Harvard Medical School that combines the expertise of highly specialized ophthalmology and otolaryngology physicians, audiologists, speech-language pathologists. The Division of Head and Neck Cancer Surgery is part of one of the largest head and neck oncology centers in New England. Informed consent is a critical and… More

Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration

The Massachusetts Office of Public Collaboration (MOPC) is the statutory state office that focuses exclusively on assisting courts and public agencies access quality conflict resolution services and build evidence-based dispute resolution programs. MOPC is also the statutory administrator of the Community Mediation Center Grant Program, which provides state operational funding to qualified community mediation centers… More

New Hampshire Court Improvement Project

The Court Improvement Project (CIP) of the New Hampshire Judicial Branch has worked since 1994 to improve court procedures and practices around child abuse/neglect cases. Currently, the CIP is working to develop a new set of protocols related to concurrent planning for use by judges, DCYF social workers, DCYF attorneys, birth parent attorneys, CASA GALs/GALs,… More

Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office

The Suffolk County District Attorney Office (SCDAO), under the leadership of newly elected DA Rachael Rollins, is dedicated to its mission of serving victims and protecting the citizens of Suffolk County, while effecting meaningful, substantive change and reform to the criminal justice system. The Juvenile Alternative Resolution (JAR) program was launched in February 2017 under… More


Pathways Institute for Negotiation Education is an independent non-profit organization that works with students, educators, schools and other social impact and educational organizations in Israel to develop principled negotiation skills and establish a shared framework for creative problem solving. Pathways has engaged HNMCP to review its Game Changers negotiation skills & exchange program, a two-day experiential… More