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“The Conflict Center began when Liz lost her job but not her vocation.” -Jim Laurie
The staff and Board of Directors of The Conflict Center are more dedicated than ever to fulfilling Liz’s vision of a more peaceful world. The transformation Liz envisioned begins with the younger generation learning skills that propel the community towards peace. At the request of Liz’s children, TCC established The Liz Loescher Legacy Fund to provide programs in low-income schools. This fund is the focus of TCC’s year-end appeal, which may be viewed in PDF form here. If you choose to support The Conflict Center you can help us keep Liz’s mission alive by clicking here and choosing the Liz Loescher Legacy Fund option.
You can also increase the impact of your gift by scheduling your donation to coincide with Colorado Gives Day on December 8, 2015. During this 24 hour period any gifts made through the Colorado Gives online portal will be increased by a $1 million incentive pool offered by Community First Foundation and FirstBank. Click here to learn more about how Colorado Gives Day works.
The Conflict Center is thrilled to share our latest evaluation results of our Emotional Intelligence and Critical Decision Making (EICDM) classes for youth ages 11-18.
Pre and post test results of on-site EICDM classes show positive increase in all measures. 16 out of 18 questions on this survey showed statistically significant results. The survey scored measured a positive improvement in all three domains of anger awareness, self-efficacy, and conflict management. The strongest results were indicated with “I use conflict to improve relationships with others.”
Parents were asked to rank their youth in social emotional skills after taking the class. Parents were asked to indicate whether their child had shown increases, no change, or decreases in specific behaviors or attitudes. 56% of parents indicate an increase in empathy, 79% of parents indicate an increase in social awareness, 78% of parents indicate an increase in self-management, 86% of parents indicate an increase in self-awareness, 76% of parents indicate an increase in responsible decision making, 69% of parents indicate an increase in relationships skills, and 58% of parents indicate an increase conflict management.
Colorado State University provided outside evaluation for EICDM classes based on a Bullying,
Fighting and Victimization Scale. Youth who took EICDM were sorted into high and low risk groups based on their pretest scores. Participants in the higher risk group reported significantly decreased negative behavior compared to the lower risk group, and this difference in improvement was statically significant. In other words, youth that reported more frequent negative behaviors at pretest were the ones that reported more significant decreases in those same behaviors over time.
3rd Annual Holiday Market
Date: Sunday, December 6, 2015
Time: 1:00 – 5:00
Place: The Conflict Center, 4140 Tejon Street, Denver
Come shop from local vendors offering a wide variety of unique gift items to suit every budget and taste. Items available will include jewelry, knit scarves, handmade tote bags, photography, homemade jams and pickles, clothing, metal art, and handmade cards.
20% of sales from this event will support
The Conflict Center’s violence prevention work!
For more information please call Ronnie Weiss at 303-865-5634
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