Seventh Annual International Cyber Conference – Wednesday April 12

From GFOI Brian Jarrett:

Hello Folks,

Our Seventh Annual International Cyber-conference will soon be here.  Wednesday April 12 at Noon to 2:30 pm (Pacific time).

We expect a very large number of universities and community organizations participating in the conference.  Here’s a flyer that you can post at your respective university and/or organization.  We have left a space on the flyer for you to type in your own co-sponsoring university or organization.  We welcome and encourage you to take full credit for co-sponsoring the event.

To participate in the conference go to our Cyber-Conference website. You will find a link to Zoom, our Conference web-chat platform, at this site.  This is how you enter the conference.  If you have any difficulties using Zoom, please email Ben Guerrero.

Our agenda for the Cyber-conference is as follows.

Noon – Welcome and Opening Ceremony

Opening Peace Ritual by Elder and Healer Jimi Castillo (Tongva Nation)

Brian Polkinghorn (Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution, MD) –  remarks

12:15- Keynote Speaker Michael Gallagher, Northern Ireland, Spokesman for the Omagh

Bombing Victims and their Families.  Strength to Strength Organization and Young Ambassador Program.

12:45- Session 1 – Working Together to Reduce Terrorism

Facilitated by Brian Jarrett (Director, NCRP- CSUDH) and Reverend Brown (President, Compton Historical Society)

1:30 – Session 2 – Building Peaceful, Safe Communities and Improving Police-Community Relations

Facilitated by Polly Hyslop (U Alaska, Fairbanks), Brett Sheldon (Staff Counsel, Native American Rights Fund).

2:25 – Concluding Comments

2:30 pm – Conference Ends.  (Each local audience is encouraged to continue its own wrap-up conversation following the internationally networked discussion).

Please encourage your students, friends, and colleagues to attend this interactive event.  We are committed to providing a discussion that is truly global in reach.  Come join colleagues and practitioners from around the world and learn what positive steps they are taking in their respective communities.



Dr. Brian Jarrett, JD., LL.M., Ph.D.
Negotiation, Conflict Resolution, & Peacebuilding Program

California State University Dominguez Hills