Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado began in 2007 as a local initiative inspired by the work started in 2005 by the Association for Conflict Resolution* in instituting Conflict Resolution Day.  In an ambitious effort to ensure that Colorado is the most civil state in the Union, groups of energetic and dynamic individuals have come together each year to promote and celebrate productive problem solving in our state.

Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado does not host events, rather, we engage and support others in finding ways to celebrate or promote constructive problem solving through hosting events or activities of their own.  These “events” may take place at home through family discussions or personal practice, or in a community via dialogues, film screenings, book discussions, trainings, and more.

*Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado is an independent group not officially associated with the Association for Conflict Resolution or Conflict Resolution Day.