Category: Public Policy

ICODR Podcast Episode 15: Professor Orna Rabinovich-Einy of the Faculty of Law at the University of Haifa. author.

ICODR Podcast Episode 15: Professor Orna Rabinovich-Einy of the Faculty of Law at the University of Haifa.

In this episode of the ICODR podcast, Ian interviews Professor Orna Rabinovich-Einy of the Faculty of Law at the University...

By Orna Rabinovich-Einy, Ian MacDuff
Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 15: Brianna Hernandez, Ph.D. Candidate in International Relations author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 15: Brianna Hernandez, Ph.D. Candidate in International Relations

In this episode, Laura May interviews Brianna Hernandez, a Ph.D. Candidate in the International Relations program at Florida International University....

By Laura May
Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 14: Adrian Wagner, Research Fellow at European School of Governance author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 14: Adrian Wagner, Research Fellow at European School of Governance

In this episode Laura interviews Adrian Wagner, Research Fellow at European School of Governance and an experienced coach for organizational...

By Laura May
Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 13: Laura Aumeer on gender, climate change, and conflict author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 13: Laura Aumeer on gender, climate change, and conflict

In this episode Laura interviews Laura Aumeer, Director of the Europe-Asia Department of Conciliation Resources, overseeing work in the South Caucasus...

By Laura May
Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 12: Sebastian F. Winter, M.D. Ph.D. author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 12: Sebastian F. Winter, M.D. Ph.D.

In this episode Laura interviews Sebastian F. Winter, a physician-scientist working at the intersection of public health policy, medicine, and academia with...

By Laura May
ICODR Podcast Episode 14: Daniel Rainey, ODR Pioneer and Principal in Holistic Solutions, Inc. author.

ICODR Podcast Episode 14: Daniel Rainey, ODR Pioneer and Principal in Holistic Solutions, Inc.

In this episode, Ian interviews ODR Pioneer Daniel Rainey, a principal in Holistic Solutions, Inc. (HSI ), and an adjunct faculty...

By Daniel Rainey, Ian MacDuff
A Preview of the ODR2023.org Conference author.

A Preview of the ODR2023.org Conference

Details about the upcoming 2023 ODR Forum in Bangaluru, India that will be convening March 17-19 2022 -- shared by...

By Colin Rule, Jonathan Rodrigues
Ethan Katsh interview – The Origins of Online Dispute Resolution author.

Ethan Katsh interview – The Origins of Online Dispute Resolution

Ethan Katsh, interviewed by Colin Rule, for the International Council of Online Dispute Resolution (icodr.org) and Mediate.com -- August 6,...

By Ethan Katsh, Colin Rule
Mediate.com Podcast Episode 28: Intercultural Communication and Envisioning a Culture of Peace author.

Mediate.com Podcast Episode 28: Intercultural Communication and Envisioning a Culture of Peace

More and more, we are a connected world.  So when it comes to intercultural communication...Is it what you say? Or...

By Lynn Cole, Veronica Cravener
ICODR Podcast Episode 12: David Allen Larson, Professor of Law at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law author.

ICODR Podcast Episode 12: David Allen Larson, Professor of Law at the Mitchell Hamline School of Law

In this episode of the ICODR podcast, Ian interviews David Allen Larson, Professor of Law at the Mitchell Hamline School...

By David Larson, Ian MacDuff
The Hyper-Polarization Challenge to the Conflict Resolution Field: An Online Discussion author.

The Hyper-Polarization Challenge to the Conflict Resolution Field: An Online Discussion

You are invited to participate in and contribute to an online discussion of how those with conflict resolution and peacebuilding...

By Guy and Heidi Burgess
Richard Susskind Keynote for Cyberweek 2020 author.

Richard Susskind Keynote for Cyberweek 2020

https://youtu.be/4PcXmhnfFWg Keynote Discussion with Prof. Richard Susskind, IT Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales (https://www.susskind.com/), presented...

By Richard Susskind, Colin Rule
Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 9: Jan Gerrit Voelkel, Ph.D. Student in Sociology at Stanford University author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 9: Jan Gerrit Voelkel, Ph.D. Student in Sociology at Stanford University

In this episode Laura interviews Jan Gerrit Voelkel, who is a Ph.D. Student in Sociology at Stanford University. Jan's research...

By Jan Gerrit Voelkel, Laura May
Pouring a Little Psychological Cold Water on Online Dispute Resolution author.

Pouring a Little Psychological Cold Water on Online Dispute Resolution

Published in the Journal of Dispute Resolution. This Article (and video) examine the strengths and weaknesses of ODR (online dispute...

By Jean Sternlight
Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 8: Professor Aleksandra Cichocka author.

Conflict Tipping Podcast Episode 8: Professor Aleksandra Cichocka

In this episode, Laura interviews Professor Aleksandra Cichocka, Professor of Political Psychology at the University of Kent School of Psychology....

By Aleksandra Cichocka, Laura May
Dan Rainey on Making Friends with the Fourth Party author.

Dan Rainey on Making Friends with the Fourth Party

In this video, Daniel Rainey discusses his new book "Integrating Technology into Your Dispute Resolution Practice: Making Friends with the...

By Daniel Rainey, Colin Rule
Mediate.com’s Mental Health and Mediation Conference is Now Online! author.

Mediate.com’s Mental Health and Mediation Conference is Now Online!

The listservs and chat rooms have been abuzz this week -- everyone's talking about the conference! We had 39 leading...

By Clare Fowler
ICODR Podcast: Episode 8: Professor Amy Schmitz author.

ICODR Podcast: Episode 8: Professor Amy Schmitz

In this episode of the ICODR podcast, Ian interviews Professor Amy Schmitz, the John Deaver Drinko-Baker & Hostetler Chair in...

By Amy Schmitz, Ian MacDuff
Mediate.com’s Mediation and Mental Health Conference September 28-30 author.

Mediate.com’s Mediation and Mental Health Conference September 28-30

REGISTER NOW Mediate.com is excited to announce our Mediation and Mental Health Conference, September 28-30, 2022! See the Conference Agenda! This...

By Clare Fowler
Mediate.com Podcast 23: Providing Mediation as an Alternative Response to Low Emergent 911 Calls within the City of Dayton author.

Mediate.com Podcast 23: Providing Mediation as an Alternative Response to Low Emergent 911 Calls within the City of Dayton

In this episode, Veronica talks to Raven Cruz Loaiza, the Mediation Response Coordinator for the newly developed Mediation Response Unit (MRU)...

By Raven Cruz Loaiza, Veronica Cravener
The Importance of Mediation in the ADA Interactive Process author.

The Importance of Mediation in the ADA Interactive Process

As a HR and ADA Facilitator and author of Making It Work, I have found that mediating disability/medical related issues...

By Sheryl Ellis, PHRca, SHRM-CP, CLMS, ADAC
How Your Written and Oral Communication Can Produce – or Reduce – Extreme Polarization author.

How Your Written and Oral Communication Can Produce – or Reduce – Extreme Polarization

Over the course of many years, I gradually came to realize that the particular words and phrases that a person...

By Ralph Kilmann
Waiting – A Mediation Distraction author.

Waiting – A Mediation Distraction

Back in the early 80’s when mediation was just taking hold as an alternative to court, joint session held first...

By Paul Rajkowski
Letter to our Colleagues about the Russian Invasion of Ukraine author.

Letter to our Colleagues about the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Letter to our Colleagues about the Russian Invasion of Ukraine  Susanne Terry Jackie Font-Guzmán Bernie Mayer  March 17, 2022 Like...

By Susanne Terry, Bernard Mayer, Jacqueline Font-Guzmán
Can Lawyers Mediate Proficiently Based on their Training author.

Can Lawyers Mediate Proficiently Based on their Training

While it is true that lawyers are eminently trained in the art of negotiating by virtue of the rigors of...

By KESHIA OSBOURNE, Bruce Ally
Stepping into the Unknown – “Standards Applicable” to Mediators under Singapore Convention on Mediation author.

Stepping into the Unknown – “Standards Applicable” to Mediators under Singapore Convention on Mediation

The United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation (hereinafter “Singapore Convention on Mediation”) that was signed in...

By Pitamber Yadav
Which is Better: To Be Strong or Smart? author.

Which is Better: To Be Strong or Smart?

From the Indisputably blog This post is prompted by an article by Washington Post columnist Paul Waldman, We’re Still Asking the Wrong Question...

By John Lande
Mediation is about Necessary Endings- Constructal Law author.

Mediation is about Necessary Endings- Constructal Law

Every ending is just a new beginning. We just don’t know it at the time.  Mediators inhabit this strange world...

By Greg Rooney
COVID Consequences: Slouching Toward Civil War author.

COVID Consequences: Slouching Toward Civil War

I.      Into the Fray   The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem....

By Peter Adler
The Blame-Shame Game in Mediation author.

The Blame-Shame Game in Mediation

This article was first published in the Oakland County Legal News on November 23, 2021. “Those who blame others have...

By Laura Athens

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