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This free (encore) webinar will explore how dialogue is able to bring about change in how we understand and interact with each other and why this is so important in addressing complex issues on campuses today. Designed to support the Changing the Culture of Substance Use project, this webinar will nonetheless be of interest to anyone attentive to promoting healthy campus cultures. This is the first webinar in a three-part series. Webinar 2 will look at planning and facilitating dialogue and Webinar 3 will look at the challenges and fears around dialogue. Presented by the Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research (CISUR).
Dialogue offers the potential to
Dan leads a team at CISUR, based in Vancouver, that focuses on communicating current evidence in a way that supports the evolution of effective policy and practice. With a background in continental philosophy and hermeneutics, Dan is quick to acknowledge that evidence is far more than statistics about patterns of use and harm and includes attention to the ways we experience and talk about drugs and drug use in our cultures and communities
Kristina is a Research Assistant with CISUR and a part of the Institute's knowledge mobilization team. Kristina’s work focuses on engaging communities in dialogue about drugs and drug use. She currently coordinates a national project that involves connecting provincial stakeholders and community groups with resources to help them bridge divides between people with varied perspectives on cannabis and cannabis policy.
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