The second part of the Conflict Frontiers Seminar series explains a new, complexity-oriented strategy for limiting destructive conflict and addressing complex challenges such as those posed by the rise of Authoritarian Populism.
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|Helen Chauncey explores the similarities between transformative mediation and their coexistence work.|
|Ray Shonholtz describes the San Francisco Community Boards which use what is essentially a transformative mediation process, though the began their work long before that term was invented.|
|Silke Hansen talks about how parties' increased understanding of the other side's perspective can transform conflict dynamics.|
|Silke Hansen talks about how the mediation process can change parties' relationships, which is of primary importance in transformation mediation.|
|Susan Dearborn suggests that when people with similar values disagree over an issue, it may be useful to highlight their common principles.|
|Roy Lewicki describes how frames can be transformative.|
|Andrea Strimling, Commissioner, International ADR, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, describes teaching a course for young adults in South Africa in which art and music proved a powerful means to create dialogue.|