July 5, 2011

The State of Community Mediation: 2011

Complete the 2011 Survey & Receive a FREE Copy!

In 2004, NAFCM published "The State of Community Mediation." Still today, this is one of our most popular publications. It contains critical data outlining the shape and scope of the entire community mediation field. Programs administrators across the country have used this publication to better understand how their program fits into the broader movement, to identify creative new ideas, and to source key data in support of fund and program development. Put simply, it is one of the most accessible, thorough, and illustrative publications on community mediation currently available.

Now, NAFCM is completely revising this landmark publication! With the generous and dedicated support of the JAMS Foundation, NAFCM is preparing: "The State of Community Mediation: 2011 Report."  This new publication will build upon the data and analysis in the 2004 report and highlight changes throughout our field since the original publication's debut. 

The new data and analysis will provide program administrators with the most up-to-date statistics and helpful examples of how our field currently operates. Including categories on program design, finances, operations, outcomes, services, staffing, and volunteers, the revised 2011 Report will contain a trove of new information and insights.

As we ready this publication, we are currently seeking wide participation in the 2011 Report's key survey. We invite all community mediation programs to complete the 2011 Survey to ensure your experiences are not overlooked. In appreciation for your time, we are offering a FREE digital copy of "The State of Community Mediation: 2011 Report" to all programs that complete the 2011 Survey by the end of Friday, July 15th. (Limit one copy per program.)

We look forward to reviewing your contributions and thank you for being such an important part of our community!

In community,
Executive Director, NAFCM

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