5 edition of In the Middle: Non-Official Mediation in Violent Situations (Bradford Peace Studies Papers : New Series, No 1) found in the catalog.
by Berg Publishers
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All items tagged as 'mediation' Results of about First Prev 1 2 3 Next Last: Select All: Print book. Language: English. Publisher: New York: Schocken Books, In the middle: non-official mediation in violent situations. by Adam Curle Print book. Language: English. violent political conflict. While BPS believes in the neces-sity to engage with ALL relevant actors in a conflict, a focus is put on assisting peace support structures and improving the interfaces between state and non-state actors. Currently BPS is working in the Middle East (Lebanon and Sudan), Asia (Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia).
Superb. This should be considered a companion volume to Gavin de Becker's The Gift of Fear. Like that book, Meditations on Violence offers a lot of sound information, well organized and clearly presented, about how to avoid dangerous people and situations as much as possible and cope with them most effectively when you can't avoid them. I would bypass most books on negotiations and go straight to Getting to Yes and Non Violent Communication. They are the two foundational works on conflict resolution. Getting to Yes describes the Harvard Project on Negotiations work boiling down.
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Get this from a library. In the middle: non-official mediation in violent situations. [Adam Curle]. violent means (I stress non-violence because it is an illusion to hold that peace can come through violence although it may come through power) against dangerous, violent, aggressive and oppressive policies.
The third is to bring about reconciliation between those who are in Size: KB. SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. () In the Middle: Non-Official Mediation in Violent Situations.
Leamington Spa: Berg Understanding conflict and conflict analysis London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: / Jeong, Ho-Won. Adam Curie, In the Middle: Non-Official Mediation in Violent Situations (Leamington Spa: Berg Publishers Ltd, ); Google Scholar John Lampen (compiler), Will Warren: A Scrapbook (London: Quaker Home Service, ); Hendrick W.
van der Merwe, ‘South African initiatives: Contrasting opinions in the mediation process’, in Mitchell and Webb Cited by: 6. 9 In the Middle: Non-Official Mediation in Violent Situations; Curle, Adam (New York. 's Press. ) (1).9 Democracy in America de Tocqueville (New York,) (1).9 Culture's Consequences in International differences in work related values.
Geert Hofstede (Beverly Hills, Calif: Sage Publications, ) (1). Early in my education and training as a mediator I started compiling a list of the books on mediation I wanted to read. Woody Mosten started me out with a list of must-reads. I bought those books, and they all had bibliographies.
So I added the books in those bibliographies to my list. And so it went. I became enthralled by the sheer number of books on mediation and conflict resolution and. Cited in the book from D. Forsythe, ‘Humanitarian mediat ion by the International Committee of the Red Cross in Touva l and Zartman, International Mediation, p 7.
Taking on the practice of NVC mediation means to constantly hone and expand the capacity to contribute to the reconciliation and healing of conflict. In this article, I’ll explain the basic premise and process of NVC mediation and where it came from, then go into detail on a number of characteristics of this form that I find make it a particularly potent model.
Move to a Mediation Area. Select a neutral area. The mediator may sit at one end of a table and disputants sit across from one another. Put paper and a pencil on the table for each person.
Mediation Process Suggestions. Introduce your self and confirm the names of the disputants. Introduce the purpose of the mediation process. Welcome to WMO Conflict Insight, an expert’s hub where international exchange takes place. This section enables you to meet and connect with international high-end experts, activists, and researchers from the field of global peace, international mediation, and transcultural conflict management.
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Mediator Impartiality: Banishing the Chimera. James D. Smith. Journal of Peace Research 4, Share. `Non-Official Mediation in Disputes: Reflections on Quaker Experience', In the Middle: Non-Official Mediation in Violent Situations.
Bradford Peace Studies Papers (New Series), no. New York: Berg. Google Scholar. In the middle: non-official mediation in violent situations / Adam Curle Peace with work to do: the academic study of peace / James O'Connell and Adam Curle Explore. Conflict Resolution Conflict Management Violent Conflict Peace Process Conciliation Resource These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. The most difficult peace negotiations in recent decades—in Ireland, the Middle East, the former Yugoslavia, and Sri Lanka—were plagued by a common enemy: violent disruptions by spoilers opposed to the peace process.
In each of these cases, extremists stalled negotiations by creating security crises that divided public opinion and drove negotiators apart. In order to prevent violence, it is necessary to address the hostile mistrust and belligerence before it reaches a point where each side believes that violence is their only recourse.
The goal of prevention is to create a situation in which differences and conflicts can be addressed in a non-violent and constructive manner. This chapter provides an.
Mediation role plays are simulations of particular mediation processes aimed at improving trainees’ practical skills and know- how in the mediation process. General description of the conflict situations and the roles of the parties in conflict and those of the mediators are distributed to the trainees who will participate as actors in the.
Adam Curle, the late Quaker peacemaker, described this in his book In the Middle: Non-Official Mediation in Violent Situations. The mediator must “befriend” the conflict’s leaders so as to “diminish the psychological tensions” that could lead to destructive actions.
Bibliography of Books for Mediation Practitioners Abney, Sherrie R. Avoiding Litigation. Barsky, Allan Edward. Conflict Resolution for the Helping Professions. 2nd ed. Belmont, Calif.: Thomson Brooks/Cole, In the Middle: Non official Mediation in Violent Situations.
Leamington Spa, UK: Berg, (Distributed in the U.S. by St.Being in the Middle by Being at the Edge (York: William Sessions Ltd) Sue and Steve Williams have written a very useful study on mediation efforts in politically violent situations by drawing on the experiences of Quaker mediators usually working under the direction of Quaker Peace and Service (UK) or the American Friends Service Committee (USA).Canon Andrew White, the vicar of St George's Church in Baghdad, has extensive experience of conflict mediation in Iraq and the wider Middle East.
President and CEO of the Foundation for Reconciliation in the Middle East, launched inhe has written extensively about conflict resolution and has been involved in many hostage s: