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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|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.|
|Renaldo Rivera explains how he identifies leaders in community conflicts when he doesn't know the community.|
|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.|
|ICRS Mediator Stephen Thom describes how some parties can help the mediator more than others.|
|Sometimes the leaders are not the people making the most noise, observes CRS mediator Bob Ensley.|
|Within-party differences are illustrated among whites, who are not, as sometimes assumed "all the same," says scholar-practitioner Wallace Warfield.|