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Ashland International Day of Peace at OSF Green Show State

September 21, 2012 from 11:45am to 1pm
Join us on the OSF Green Show Stage on the International Day of Peace to help usher in a Culture of Peace. Ashland is being seen live with other cities around the world. The International Day of Peace, marked every year on September 21, is a global observance when individuals, organizations, communities, nations and govern-ments highlight efforts to end conflict and promote peace. Established by UN reso-lution in 1981, The International Day of Peace (Peace Day) has grown to include hundreds of…See More
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Ashland International Day of Peace at OSF Green Show State

September 21, 2012 from 11:45am to 1pm
Join us on the OSF Green Show Stage on the International Day of Peace to help usher in a Culture of Peace. Ashland is being seen live with other cities around the world. The International Day of Peace, marked every year on September 21, is a global observance when individuals, organizations, communities, nations and govern-ments highlight efforts to end conflict and promote peace. Established by UN reso-lution in 1981, The International Day of Peace (Peace Day) has grown to include hundreds of…See More
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Why am I Returning to North Korea? at Hidden Springs Wellness center

March 28, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8pm
“Our current approach to war, militarism and conflict is not sustainable nor in line with our hearts or a greater vision for our nation.” Ashland based lawyer Eric Sirotkin says on the eve of his April  trip. “President Obama’s recent announcement to expand our military resources in Asia follows an antiquated model of conflict that ignores the healing power of collaboration, engagement and peacebuilding. We can do better and peace in Korea can be a game-changer.”Come hear  about his many trips…See More
Mar 21, 2012
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Why am I Returning to North Korea? at Hidden Springs Wellness center

March 28, 2012 from 6:30pm to 8pm
“Our current approach to war, militarism and conflict is not sustainable nor in line with our hearts or a greater vision for our nation.” Ashland based lawyer Eric Sirotkin says on the eve of his April  trip. “President Obama’s recent announcement to expand our military resources in Asia follows an antiquated model of conflict that ignores the healing power of collaboration, engagement and peacebuilding. We can do better and peace in Korea can be a game-changer.”Come hear  about his many trips…See More
Mar 21, 2012

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Eric Sirotkin,Esq.

P.O. Box 848   

Ashland, OR 97520    

General  541-778-4897 

New Mexico Office  505-715-6630 

Fax  866-542-1429     

eric@ericsirotkin.com

Eric brings his unique experience as a lawyer, peacemaker, group facilitator, coach and mediator to his work. The goal in any mediation, court case or community project is to find the path to reconciliation and create an opportunity to heal the conflict. Eric helps people navigate their conflicts and profession in a way that enhances their well-being and health. He trains lawyers to integrate wellness principles into their practices to benefit both themselves and their clients.

Through his work with the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission and three decades of trial and civil rights work, Eric has worked to break down the us vs them paradigm and engage in actions that reflect our innate interconnected nature. He  brings to his representation of clients, mediations and continuing legal education  programs a powerful process he calls “Legal Wellness” wherein the conflict becomes an opportunity for transformation and growth. 

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Please donate to my new 501(c)(3) peace Education Project!

Dear Friends of Peace:



As you know I have spent my life performing peacemaking and working for social justice. In order to work more full time on such endeavors I have formed with several others an Ubuntuworks Peace Education Project non profit organization. I will serve as Executive Director and I am excited to announce that the IRS just approved our application for tax exempt status. (See attached).…

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Posted on December 15, 2010 at 8:00am

Ashland Peacemaker and Human Rights Attorney Eric Sirotkin Returns from Korea and Vietnam

Ashland Peacemaker and Human Rights Attorney Eric Sirotkin Returned to Ashland this week from Korea and Vietnam. During that time he worked with the South Korean Truth and Reconciliation Commission, met with Peace groups, followed 10,000 riot police in the street and gave a Right to Peace paper at an international conference in Hanoi. Follow his trip entries on his blog at www.ubuntuworks.com.

Posted on June 18, 2009 at 10:08pm

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At 10:00am on March 19, 2009, LB Johnson said…
Provocative film trailer!
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Great editing...
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