The Hyper-Polarization Challenge to the Conflict Resolution Field: A Joint BI/CRQ Discussion
BI and the Conflict Resolution Quarterly invite you to participate in an online exploration of what those with conflict and peacebuilding expertise can do to help defend liberal democracies and encourage them live up to their ideals.
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|Larry Susskind talks about the process of identifying stakeholder representative in complex, multi-stakeholder conflicts.|
|Peter Coleman discusses who should be at the negotiating table.|
|CRS Mediator Manuel Salinas describes how he identified key stakeholders in a community conflict.|
|Sometimes identifying all the stakeholders is a painstaking process, CRS mediator, Steven Thom explains.|
|Sometimes you cannot work with some leaders, but you can work with others, observes CRS Mediator Stephen Thom.|
|Sometimes, says mediator Nancy Ferrell, who is at the table and who isn't becomes a contentious issue. A key question is whether or not extremist groups should be represented.|
|Bob Hughes talks about a situation where he became a community organizer.|