The overall aim of this course is to provide the student with a basic understanding of the field of conflict resolution and its application, both theoretically and practically, to peacekeeping intervention in contemporary international conflicts. Case studies for conflict resolution: a key element in civil rights training wisconsin wic 3 case study #3 in a predominately hispanic community, a new participant is transferred in. Conflict resolution is generally seen as an even longer-term process that attempts to find a common and complete agreement among the differing parties despite their differing values, interests, and power relationships. This is true of mediation as one principal method of conflict resolution those studies that are available tend to emphasize the diverse functions an intermediary can perform, resulting in a generally optimistic assessment of the utility of mediation.
In order to explore these apparent differences more explicitly, i worked with a human rights colleague, the late ellen lutz, to commission a set of case studies of conflicts in which both human rights and conflict resolution professionals have worked extensively: colombia, sierra leone, and northern ireland. Most of these case studies were written by graduate students (and a few faculty members) in peace and conflict programs many of them were masters students at the joan b kroc institute for international peace studies at the university of notre dame when they wrote them others were phd or masters students at the school for conflict analysis and resolution at george mason, university. Conflict narratives: mediation case studies in an intercultural context susan riva june 2009 every man’s foremost task is the actualization of his unique, unprecedented and never. Conflict resolution professionals work in a range of fields, including business, law, education, healthcare, and government they act as arbitrators, mediators.
The challenges of the united nations in conflict resolution: the case of darfur assi habib gody submitted to the institute of graduate studies and research. Case studies power in a canadian trade negotiation there are many occasions when a smaller company will want to form a negotiation partnership with a larger organization to further the. Tel aviv university offers two graduate degree programs in the field of conflict resolution, including the english-language international program in conflict resolution and mediation, allowing students to learn in a geographic region which is the subject of much research on international conflict resolution. Informal conflict resolution:a workplace case study by mullen taylor september 2000 introduction conflict resolution practice has largely focused on conflict taking place in public, as if it was set on a theater stage with an audience watching the interactions unfold toward resolution of the conflict.
The conflict between the us and the taliban in afghanistan is an international conflict, as is the conflict between india and pakistan but more and more conflicts within countries are considered international, too, if international intervention is being contemplated or has actually occurred (as in bosnia, kosovo, libya, or iraq. This paper is, therefore, intended to examine conflict resolution and peace building processes in africa with a focus on burundi and the democratic republic of congo (drc) as case studies. Territorial disputes and their resolution: the case of ecuador and peru is a case study professor simmons selected from a much larger project on border disputes around the world that she was researching as a senior fellow at the united states institute of peace during 1996-97.
International business negotiation case studies offer insights to business negotiators who face challenges in cross-cultural business negotiation one response to “top 10 international business negotiation case studies 3 negotiation strategies for conflict resolution international negotiation. • clingendael conflict research unit-- part of the netherlands institute of international relations, focusing on the study of intrastate conflict and conflict management, especially in the developing world studies, papers, and seminar proceedings are online. Inventory of conflict and environment (ice): case studies database (school of international service, american university, washington, dc) summarized information on conflict and environment issues world-wide, organized by region and country the case studies are based on 16 categories of information can be searched with the ice search.
Conflict resolution – vol ii - formal models for conflict resolution and case studies - keith w hipel ©encyclopedia of life support systems (eolss) suppose that the oil pollution spill motivated canada and the united states to devise. Learn conflict resolution, meet international peace makers, learn another language and study abroad for a career in making the world a better place suggestions in courses which will be illustrated through detailed case studies of environmental, security and trade diplomacy. The msc conflict studies is dedicated to the analysis of violent conflict and its management or resolution its interests range from the interaction of high-level international, domestic and local politics, to the ideological, cultural and political economy factors in violent conflict. The ma in peace and conflict studies is an exciting international and interdisciplinary two-year programme focusing on violent conflict as well as its prevention and management it is a unique programme which is jointly offered by the university of kent and the philipps-universität marburg, germany.
The international peace and conflict resolution program offers several scholarships and grants to current students scholarships for current ipcr students need-based aid is available through au central office and generally takes the form of a federal low-interest loan package. It examines the bakassi peninsular disputes as a case study of supranational conflicts and conflict resolution in international system this chapter examines the concept of conflict, its various causes and what makes it a permanent feature of the human society and the international system.
Successful negotiation in international violent conflict `the impact of psychological images on international bargaining: the case of mexican natural gas', political psychology 6(3): `third party consultation as a method of intergroup conflict resolution: a review of studies', journal of conflict resolution 27(2): 301-334. • the west bank and the gaza strip make up the occupied territories • about 3/4s of the world’s countries recognise these areas as ‘palestine. The international conflict and security ma at the brussels school of international studies (bsis) is structured to introduce you to the key concepts and theories necessary to understand the features of contemporary international conflict and security issues.