Teaching Our Youth to Resolve Disputes & Promote Peace

Part of the Southern California Mediation Association

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Welcome to Kids Managing Conflict, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young minds throughout Southern California. We believe that teaching conflict resolution and peer mediation to students from Kindergarten through 12th grade not only fosters a culture of compassion and empathy but also equips these future leaders with essential life skills. By engaging kids in these transformative programs, we lay the foundation for better communication, stronger relationships, and a more peaceful world.

Join us in nurturing the next generation’s ability to navigate disagreements peacefully, promoting empathy, understanding, and cooperation, and setting them on a path to become compassionate, confident problem-solvers. Together, we shape a brighter future for our children and communities.

Resolving Conflict

Peer mediation, a powerful conflict resolution tool, benefits schools in various ways. It equips students with vital communication skills, promoting open dialogue and active listening. Trained peer mediators offer a safe space for their peers to address conflicts, fostering empathy and understanding.

Kids Managing Conflict

Kids Managing Conflict has been finding ways to bring dispute resolution tools to students since 2007, and will continue to support youth that want to resolve conflicts peacefully.

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2022 Highlights

Thanks to your unwavering support, our programs flourished, empowering countless young minds with valuable conflict resolution skills. Together, we reached new heights in spreading awareness about the importance of peaceful conflict resolution among children. Thank you!

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