Recent news involving the AAA-ICDR Foundation:
AAA-ICDR Foundation® Responds to Need for Conflict Resolution Amid COVID-19 Pandemic & Racial Injustice
April 14, 2021
Listen to the recent podcast focused on the AAA-ICDR Foundation’s Diversity Scholarship Fund featuring AAA-ICDR Foundation Board Member and Grants Committee Chair, Hon. Bruce Meyerson (Ret.) and AAA-ICDR Foundation Corporate Secretary, Tracey Frisch speak with Susan Guthrie on The Learn to Mediate Online Podcast.
Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks and New York City Civil Court Administrative Judge Anthony Cannataro announced the upcoming launch in Manhattan’s Civil Court of an online dispute resolution (ODR) pilot program for eligible small claims matters. Funded by the State Justice Institute and AAA-ICDR Foundation, the new initiative is among the Court System’s statewide efforts to expand the use both of alternative dispute resolution and online technology to better meet the justice needs of New Yorkers amid the pandemic and beyond.
AAA-ICDR Foundation issues Five Year Report highlighting key aspects of granting and fundraising since its inception in 2015
AAA-ICDR Foundation® Awards Over Half a Million Dollars in Grants for 2020 Cycle, Funding Wide Range of Initiatives Supporting & Improving Dispute Resolution Processes
September 2, 2020
AAA-ICDR Foundation® Announces Competitive Grant Process to Fund Innovative Projects to Reduce the Impact of the COVID-19 on the U.S. Justice System and Promote Dialogue Addressing Racial Injustice
June 22, 2020
AAA-ICDR Foundation® Grant Provides Funds for First-Ever Industry Report on Commercial Dispute Resolution in North America
February 27, 2020
The third episode of the podcast from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program funded by the AAA-ICDR Foundation is now available: Rebuilding after crisis: Community conversations in Falcon Heights, Minnesota.
The AAA-ICDR Foundation Awards More Than $475,000 In Annual Grants And Announces Focus Areas For 2020
June 27, 2019
The second episode of a new podcast titled Thanks for Listening, from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program funded by the AAA-ICDR Foundation. This episode focuses on teenagers who are discovering how to engage with the skills that bridge divides at a time when they are still developing their identities and shaping the way they interact with the world.
AAA’s Dispute Resolution Journal Features AAA-ICDR Foundation Grantees
Uncovering and Addressing Mental Health Bias in Dispute Resolution: Some Observations
Introduction To The Divided Community Project
Strengthening Communities Project: Alleviating Tensions, Strengthening Relationships, and Making Silicon Valley Safer
Rochester’s Community Response Team
Orlando Speaks: How Does a “Crucial Conversations” Model Emerge?
The first episode of a new podcast titled Thanks for Listening, from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program funded by the AAA-ICDR Foundation.
Innovative Women in ADR: AAA-ICDR Foundation Funded Programs Led by and for Women
AAA-ICDR Foundation supported program Prison of Peace issues its 2018 Annual Report.
AAA-ICDR Foundation Supports the COREJ Hackathon
AAA-ICDR Foundation funding enabled Divided Community Project's Community Resiliency Initiative to develop five case studies which describe local dispute planning initiatives that address controversies and confrontations that divide communities.
Elder Justice Initiative on Eldercaring Coordination 2018 Three Year Progress Report
AAA-ICDR Foundation, Inc. Issues Nineteen Grants for Third Funding Cycle & Now Accepting Initial Descriptions of Grant Request for Fourth Funding Cycle: ADR for Communities and Vulnerable or Underserved Populations
May 18, 2018