The second part of the Frontiers Seminar series explains a new, complexity-oriented strategy for better addressing tough conflict challenges such as those
posed by the left/right divide and the rise of Authoritarian Populism.
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Hierarchical Intervention Levels
|Robert Stains talks about conducting dialogue groups both at the grassroots level and at the level of leadership.|
|Helen Chauncey says intervenors must make the effort to link the grassroots to those in power.|
|Tamra d'Estrée observes that getting people of similar "levels" or professions from opposing sides together can be an eye-opening experience.|
|Mary Anderson describes the minimum requirements for successful conflict analysis, and also presents a matrix which helps to understand where in the peacebuilding system a particular intervention fits.|
|Wallace Warfield describes how one identifies the real leaders in a group.|
|Angela Khaminwa and Sarah Peterson discuss ways to "scale up" coexistence work to the national level to address issues of structural violence.|
|Chester Crocker describes the importance of having communication channels to real decision makers. He also describes and interesting model for peace agreement implementation and monitoring.|
|Helen Chauncey discusses who you work with when doing coexistence work.|