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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|Wallace Warfield talks about working with street gangs in New York City.|
|What should an outsider consider about local culture before intervening? Scholar-practitioner Wallace Warfield explains the debate between the basic human needs approach versus the cultural anthropological view.|
|Kevin Avruch expresses skepticism about the universality of basic human needs.|
|Roy Lewicki describes how incompatible frames can lead to intractable conflicts.|
|Richard Rubenstein suggests that religious identity plays a special in both the expression of conflict and its resolution.|
|Herb Kelman describes how problem solving workshops differ from other kinds of third-party processes, and describes the process he uses in detail.|