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Here’s the 12 skills approach for you to resolve your conflicts constructively. Conflict Resolution Network has tested and refined these skills over many years to support you having better relationships at home, at work and in the community. And they’ll help you design much better solutions, too! Our presenter is Helena Cornelius, a professional psychologist with a wealth of conflict resolving experience. It's based on the book, Everyone Can Win. The writing team for this audio series is Hel ...
 
Join us weekly as we explore the interesting corners of mediation, conflict resolution and peacemaking. We speak with experienced practitioners, innovators, pioneers and boundary pushers to tackle some of the controversial and difficult topics in our field while finding ways to grow our practices and implement new ideas.
 
Learn how to resolve legal disputes or personal challenges through different collaborative concepts. We will work with spiritual principles through affirmations, meditations, music. Guests will discuss relevant issues regarding self empowerment and inspiration to guide others. As a lawyer, coach and facilitator, I work with clients every day to help empower them to resolve their disputes. If they can understand how any inner challenge they may be facing is affecting their outer circumstances ...
 
Why are some places affected by violence and disorder while others enjoy peace and stability? From the University of Chicago Public Policy Podcasts, “Root of Conflict” analyzes violent conflict around the world, and the people, societies, and policy issues it affects. We meet with leading experts to discuss what can be done to create more peaceful societies. This series is produced in partnership with the Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, Harris School of Pu ...
 
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The relationship between illegal financial flows and state-level violence is present in conflicts around the world, and is especially pronounced in Afghanistan. In particular, the country’s thriving drug market based on the opium trade has proven to be a major economic factor that has been fueling the ongoing conflict. In this episode of Root of Co…
 
The War in Afghanistan following the US invasion in 2001 is almost two decades old. In recent years there’s been a growing appetite for a non-military resolution to the conflict. We speak with Laurel Miller — the Asia Program Director at International Crisis Group and a former state department official working on Afghanistan and Pakistan — about th…
 
Climate change will affect rich and poor countries — but poorer countries are predicted to pay the greatest human and economic cost. In this episode we interview Amir Jina, an Assistant Professor at University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy, researching how economic and social development is shaped by the environment. He uses economics…
 
When we’re hooked in or feeling defeated by conflict and division, perhaps our focus is too narrow. It might be time to open up to the bigger picture. This skill, Broadening Perspectives, is from Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving all kinds of conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many years…
 
How can you help people who are really stuck and angry with each other? There are lots of mediating interventions that can turn difficult conversations around. This is the second episode of our Introduction to mediation in Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and …
 
How can you best help others in conflict? Don’t take sides! Once you have a grip on the basics of mediation, you’ll be a very handy person to have around, even if you never formally mediate a conflict. This episode is part of Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skill…
 
It's time to negotiate. Here's how to make the best deal possible, one that's fair for everyone involved - hard on the problem, yet soft on each other. This episode is packed with helpful Negotiation techniques from Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skill approach to resolving conflict constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many …
 
The more options the better the choice. If you can get together and think about the situation from different angles, creatively, you’ll design innovative and imaginative strategies to address the conflict. Need more tips on how to do that? Listen up. This episode is from Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving conflicts constr…
 
Conflict can be complex; all those factors can do your head in. The process of mapping organises your thoughts so you can get a grip on what’s driving everyone involved. Mapping the conflict comes from Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skill approach to handling conflict constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many years to suppor…
 
Are you at a stand-off? Do you have some emotional baggage blocking your way forward? You could be right, but are you happy? This episode has skills to free you up. It's from Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many years to support you in better relation…
 
Don’t indulge or deny your emotions. They nourish you and your relationships. They’re your fire for change – they show you the issues. We bring you insights and skills based on Conflict Resolution Network's sixth skill in its twelve skill program. We've tested and refined these skills over many years to support you in better relationships at home, …
 
What is power and where do you get more of it? Is someone else misusing theirs? It shouldn't be controlling or manipulative. ‘Power with’ others produces positive results for everyone. This episode is part of Conflict Resolution Network's 12 skills approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many years…
 
Do you hesitate before speaking up? Fear damaging relationship, blowing up or suffering a backlash? We handle the challenges of Appropriate Assertiveness in this episode from Conflict Resolution Network’s twelve skill approach to handling conflict constructively. the 12 skills approach to resolving your conflicts constructively. We've tested and re…
 
Clash of personality or values? Skills, tools and understanding will navigate around these differences before they escalate. This podcast, our second on Empathy is from Conflict Resolution Network’s 12 skills approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many years to support you in better relationships …
 
We’ve hit a bump and friction is rising! Contact between you both is uncomfortable. Perhaps it’s time move towards, not away, from the relationship. Use empathy skills to repair the bridge to understanding. There’s a lot to know about these skills, so there are two episodes, 3 and 4. Empathy the third of the 12 skills approach for resolving your co…
 
Engage your creative response to conflict and turn around your thinking. Find opportunities for learning and discovery in the most challenging circumstances. This episode tells you how. This is the second of the 12 skills approach resolving your conflicts constructively.Conflict Resolution Network has tested and refined these skills over many years…
 
Does conflict make you cringe? How can you turn your opponent into a problem-solving partner? This is the first of Conflict Resolution Network’s 12 skills approach to resolving conflicts constructively. We've tested and refined these skills over many years to support you having better relationships at home, at work and in the community. And help yo…
 
In this episode of Root of Conflict, Pearson Fellows Daniella Choi (MPP ‘20) and Daniel Vallejo (MPP ‘21) speak with Dr. Rebecca Wolfe and Maurice Amollo. Dr. Wolfe is a Lecturer at the Harris School of Public Policy and is an expert on political violence, conflict, and humanitarian policy, and Maurice Amollo is the Chief of Party for Mercy Corps i…
 
Frances Z. Brown is a Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. She recently co-authored a report titled “Coronavirus in Conflict Zones: A Sobering Landscape”, which examines how the COVID-19 pandemic is playing out in 12 different conflict-affected states, and how efforts to contain the virus increase the likelihood of aggra…
 
The Citizenship Amendment Act and Article 370 was abrogated late in 2019 in the Kashmir, which further restricted autonomy in the region and increased unrest in the state. In this episode, we speak to Salwa Shameem, who is a film maker and strategy consultant, and Rohool, a local activist in Kashmir, about the conflict and its broader implications.…
 
The Global Fragility Act (GFA) was passed by Congress as part of the 2020 Consolidated Appropriations Act and was signed into law on December 20, 2019. The bill represented a historic victory for the peacebuilding field, which has long advocated for the GFA as a way forward to prevent violent conflict. The Alliance for Peacebuilding, a non-partisan…
 
There are currently over 70 million people displaced by war, conflict, and persecution worldwide (more than the population of Thailand). The vast majority of them are in low- and middle-income countries without adequate resources to support and resettle them. We spoke to Dr. Cindy Huang, vice president of strategic outreach at Refugees Internationa…
 
For the last several years, police violence in America has come to the forefront of public consciousness. It is an issue that can polarize the country but for years, there lacked a data-driven analysis of police violence on a national level, and concrete policy recommendations on the issue were hard to come by. On this episode of Root of Conflict, …
 
What is the role of big data in modern-day conflict? How prepared are defense leaders in interpreting data and effectively leveraging its use on the battlefield? How has cyber warfare evolved over the past decade, and what lessons can we draw from the Russian example in Crimea? We attempt to address these questions in this episode of Root of Confli…
 
Are female leaders more likely to engage in warfare than male leaders? In this episode of “Root of Conflict” we spoke with Dr. Oeindrila Dube, the Philip K. Pearson Professor of Global Conflict Studies at the Harris School of Public Policy to help answer this question. Dr. Dube recently co-authored a paper titled “Queens”, which examines Europe fro…
 
In this episode of Root of Conflict, we spoke with Andrew Lavali, the founding Executive Director of the Institute for Governance Reform (IGR), a research and evidence-based advocacy think tank based in Sierra Leone. In this interview, we discussed the concept of “social accountability” in a post-conflict context, as well as the IGR’s work in promo…
 
In August 2016, negotiations between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) reached a historic agreement to end the civil conflict that had been fought in Colombia for over forty years. In an exclusive interview with Root of Conflict, Ambassador Sergio Jaramillo Caro, former High Commissioner for Peace in Col…
 
Professor James Robinson (Pearson Institute director and co-author with Daron Acemoglu of the bestselling book Why Nations Fail) sat down with Root of Conflict to discuss his new book "The Narrow Corridor: States, Societies and the Fate of Liberty." In his new book, he and his co-author explore how an incessant struggle between the state and societ…
 
This week we are joined by Nora Sahatciu to explore her work in Kosovo creating the groundwork for Serbian families to safely return to Kosovo. We learn about community building, incentives, UN programs and development aid that were used to overcome barriers to trust and engagement. Partners Kosovo Kosovo Kosovo Mediation Law Leke Dukagjinic Code P…
 
This episode uses the book Happiness by Aminata Forna to explores a wide variety of ideas and concepts around conflict. This wide ranging discussion touches on trauma and growth, conflict cycles, polarization, conflict roles and human-animal conflict. SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! If you are the kind of reader who hates spoilers please read the boo…
 
In this Episode C.D. and Amanda take some time to reflect on the last year and look forward to 2019. This is the longest show notes and link list we've done by about 200%. So we've pulled our 2 call-outs to the top of the list! 1. We are collecting ideas for the 2019 SKill Series. If there are skills you think we should add to the list let us know …
 
We had the opportunity to chat about coaching in Family Busines disputes with Laura North. While family businesses have some unique dynamics, I left this chat thinking about how I can apply the concept to other businesses. Does one of the parties need a support person? In which situations might a coach be a good situation? You can find Laura North …
 
This week we have Cinnie Noble back to continue our exploration of questions. How do you know if you've asked a good question? What is the purpose of questions? How do you use time to increase the power of your questions? How do you handle having asked a bad question? Cinnie's Daily Questions can be found on Twitter @conflictmastery Cinnie's Book C…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Aaron Lyons at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We talk about the role of the larger community in dispute resolution processes. What is the role of the community to speak values into a conflict? How should rights be reflected at the table? Let us know what you think @overconflict Find Aaron Lyons online at J…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Dr. John Radford at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We focus on identity as a layer of conflict that is often overlooked. How are you seeing identity impacting conflict? Let us know @overconflict Find Dr. John Radford online at Transpectives Talk Soon.C.D. Saint, Amanda Semenoff, John Radford による
 
Join us this week as we explore the concepts of Indigenous Law in Canada. Val takes us through the role of stories in rebuilding the body of indigenous law, the importance of laws for indigenous communities and how being a multijurisdictional country can work. "They need to consider and conceptualize indigenous law as law. And when they have questi…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Evelyn Zellerer at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We explore the relationship between mediation and restorative justice. This feels like the beginning of a conversation. If you would like us to continue it let us know @overconflict You can find out more about Evelyn Zellerer at Peace of the Circle or @RJci…
 
In this episode we explore the concept of Civility with Rhea Settles and the work she has done as an educator and mediator to transform workplaces. Rhea is the originator of Civility Mediation and Facilitation. We explore civility, bullying and oppression. What would it take for people to willfully share the space? Civility: Being mindful of what y…
 
This short bonus episode features our chat with Patricia Lane at the ADRBC 2018 Symposium. We talk about politics, electoral reform, inclusion and activism. Unsurprisingly we raise a lot more questions that we answer. You can find Patricia Lane online www.patricialane.bc.ca or @patricialane17C.D. Saint, Amanda Semenoff, Patricia Lane による
 
What role could technology play in Access to Justice? This week we are joined by Miguel Willis and Simon Boehme to explore the relationship between Access to Justice and Legal Technology. How are Social Justice and Access to Justice related? What steps can we take to ensure that we build inclusive technology? The blog post we keep referring to was …
 
We are back and excited get some of the episodes we recorded last Spring out to you! Did you count how many times we said "exciting" in this episode? Engage with us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. @overconflict Coming this Fall And when they have questions about Indigenous Law, it would be really helpful if they would ask themselves if they wou…
 
Things are not always what we see them to be. A key lesson the Alice learns through the looking glass, and one that we can benefit from when we're faced with conflict. But how do you get to the other side? Rebecca Arndt is a licensed mediator with ten years experience and a preference for family mediation. Learn more at https://www.pazseeker.com/ L…
 
"Finances are the leading cause of stress in a relationship." It's something we've all heard before, and it wouldn't be a saying if it wasn't at least a little true. So when it comes to seeking financial advice, shouldn't a professional financial adviser know a little bit about relationships too? Wendy Mayfield certainly thinks so. She's on a missi…
 
This is a little podacst extra looking toward the ADR Alberta Symposium taking place May 15-16 in Edmonton, Alberta. Gilbert VanNes and Paul Conway join us to chat about what to expect at the Symposium and some of the sessions they are excited about. More information on the symposium available at https://www.adralberta.com/2018-ADR-Symposium We'd l…
 
C.D. and Amanda spent 2 days at the NWDR. They chat about some of the themes they noticed, ideas that excited them and some of the really interesting experiences. NWDR Conference James Loewen Blog Post Yuki Matsuno - OTC Episode 18 - Neutrality Rhea Settles Roshan Danesh - OTC Episode 7 - Unity Based Mediation Aaron Lyons Blog Post Chenhao Tan - Wi…
 
How can Circles be used to promote peace and understanding through ritual, structure, and respectful listening? Lisa is a conflict resolution specialist and sought-after guest speaker whose work promotes dispute resolution, problem-solving, team building, and decision making. In 2007 she earned a Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution from SMU. Today…
 
Most of us don't realize how much stress we're carrying with us during the day. Think about your shoulders...are they tense right now? What about the muscles around your ears? What about your heart? Dana Garnett talks about how simply focusing on reducing stress can solve a lot of conflicts, and walks us through one of her calming exercises.…
 
This week is the final episode in the Reinforcing Foundations series we explore Process Management with Gordon Sloan. We get into the details of this complex and difficult question and find insights to help you prepare yourself and your clients for success. ADR Education Bernie Mayer - The Dynamics of Conflict Resolution Find Gordon Sloan online he…
 
This week we are joined by Dr. Mike Talbot to explore Assertiveness and its role in process management. This is part 5 in our series designed to reinvigorate our core conflict resolution skills. UK Mediation Gestalt Theory Marshall Rosenberg - Non-violent Communication 4 step assertion sequence 1. When you do... 2. I feel or think... 3. I would lik…
 
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