Creative problem solving, win-win solution, blah blah blah. It’s easy to lose the basic experience of tension, imagination, and transformation–the humanity of conflict–amidst all the jargon in the field. So, for a more concrete example of when thing’s go right, here’s a short video about a community conflict happily resolved here in Baltimore. Just… awww.
Business Conflict Blog by Peter PhillipsThe Supreme Court has granted certiorari to review the decision of the 1st Circuit in Oliveira v. New Prime, Inc. (No. 15-2364, May 12, 2017). One of the issues...By F. Peter Phillips
Jayne is professor of conflict studies at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University. She is author of Learning Lessons from Waco: When the Parties Bring Their...By Gini Nelson