Nov 9, 2017 - Nov 10, 2017

Da Nang, Vietnam

Peace of the CircleAn opportunity to learn, experience and gain practical tools. This training will include:

  • The Foundation and Invitation of Circles
  • Circle Process
  • Circle Structure and Flexibility
  • Practical Applications & Tools

Circles are a structured yet flexible approach for communication and creating change. Circles are used in a variety of settings such as workplaces, justice systems, government, schools, families and communities.

They can serve many purposes including: learning, governance, conflict resolution, healing, as well as community and team building. Circles can transform disagreements as well as serious crimes of violence.

The Circle process draws upon ancient and contemporary wisdom in a way that serves both the individual and the collective.

This is an empowering, experiential course. Participants will be in Circle and learning the methodology through dialogue, content delivery, and most importantly experiencing it themselves.

No Pre-requisites. All Welcome!


Evelyn Zellerer – Facilitator

Dr Evelyn Zellerer is an acclaimed international facilitator, trainer, and speaker with over 20 years experience. She is the Founder/Director, Peace of the Circle. Evelyn is also a professor of criminology, based in Canada.


“I am taking away so much to work with and build into my practice.”

“With the tools you gave us to work with, I think now our relationships at work will improve dramatically.”

“Probably the best course I’ve been on in my 20 years as a police officer.”

Read other testimonials from those who have taken training with Dr Evelyn Zellerer


Da Nang, Vietnam


Thursday November 9 & Friday November 10, 2017


Early bird: $390.00 USD
Full price: $480.00 USD


The number of places is limited.
You must register in advance.
To register, please visit Asia Pacific Mediation Forum.

Host: Asia-Pacific Mediation Forum

The Asia-Pacific Mediation Forum (APMF) was formed in 2001 and is a not-for-profit association of individuals, organisations and institutions interested in promoting peace through mediation and other dispute resolution processes. Conferences/summits are held in the region every two years.

This training is a pre-conference offering for the 8th APMF conference, ‘The Future of Mediation in the Asia Pacific Region’. Registration is now open. Potential presenters are invited to submit a proposal by July 10th, 2017.

Dr Evelyn Zellerer is honoured to have been invited to be a keynote speaker.

We look forward to seeing you in Vietnam!