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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|Mari Fitzduff talks about her experiences in Northern Ireland and covers everything from peacebuilding to paramilitaries.|
|Mari Fitzduff tells a story of heroism in the midst of terrible violence.|
|Sarah Cobb discusses the use of narratives to cope with violence.|
|Wallace Warfield tells a story that illustrates how sometimes police force, not mediation is more appropriate.|
|Peter Coleman describes how an abortion dialogue in Boston had its genesis in a shooting.|
|Angela Khaminwa, Program Officer for Outreach and Communication at The Coexistence Initiative, a project that seeks to address the problem of violence in Kenyan universities by engaging different stakeholders.|
|CRS mediator Silke Hansen explains the "two taproot" or "two fuse" theory of conflict escalation.|
|Mediator Julian Klugman describes how he handles violent or potentially violent situations.|
|Mediator Richard Salem describes how he de-escalated a potentially violent confrontation at the Wounded Knee take-over.|
|Mediator Ozell Sutton uses humor to de-escalate a situation, though resolution remained elusive.|