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Teaching PeaceKeeping Skills in Mexico

Started this discussion. Last reply by peace Oct 24, 2009. 6 Replies

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peace replied to Ana Maria Salazar Slack's discussion Teaching PeaceKeeping Skills in Mexico
"Hi Ana Do you have any religious theme in your training/teaching materials? and how do you hope to build peace in a community severely disturbed by communal and ethnic violence? Please share your ideas and experience , and I suggest you to approach…"
Oct 24, 2009
Luis Matias-Cruz left a comment for Ana Maria Salazar Slack
"Hola Ana Maria, un placer leer sobre ti aqui, soy de Oaxaca Mexico, trabajo en la universidad aqui en Waco Texas, dos preguntas..estoy en el proceso de fundar un centro cultural para la paz en Oaxaca Mexico, conoces alguien gente que esta trabajando…"
Mar 4, 2009

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Ana Maria Salazar, a Harvard-educated lawyer and a college graduate of the University of California at Berkeley. She served in top ranking political appointments in the US White House, Defense and State Department. She host the only nation-wide daily English talk show in Mexico, a weekly TV show on Personal Security and is a well known political analyst for TV and radio. She writes a weekly column for national and international newspapers and has published two highly regarded books on the politics of national and international security: “La Guerras que Vienen ” (Aguilar/Nuevo Siglo 2003) and “Seguridad Nacional Hoy. El Reto de las Democracias” (Aguilar/Nuevo Siglo 2002). She teaches negotiation, conflict resolution workshops, and self-defense courses for government agencies and companies interested in promoting better negotiation skills and conflict reduction. She is currently writing a negotiation and conflict resolution text book and her political leadership textbook is scheduled to be published in March 2008.

Ms. Salazar served at the Pentagon as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Drug Enforcement Policy and Support. As a result of her efforts at the Pentagon, Ms. Salazar was recognized by Hispanic Business Magazine as one of the 100 most influential Hispanic Americans in the United States. www.negociacionefectiva.com www.gruposalazar.com
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
USA, Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Mexico
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Radio and TV Anchor
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Conflict Resolution, Gender
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Gender and Negotiations, political and social leadership in Mexico,
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
“Las Guerras que Vienen ” (Aguilar/Nuevo Siglo 2003) and the bestseller “Seguridad Nacional Hoy. El Reto de las Democracias” (Aguilar/Nuevo Siglo 2004). To be published in 2008: “El Enemigo en Casa” and “Manual de Liderazgo Político: Como no ser un Lider Jurásico”. Weekly political column published in El Universal, La Crónica, La Frontera, La Opinión de Los Angeles.

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Posted on November 22, 2007 at 9:51pm 2 Comments

Welcome to my blog. I teach negotiation and mediation skills in Mexico.
I am now starting a new proyect to teach community gang and youth
leaders negotiation skills. Peacebuilding skills will be key for these
kids. Any suggestions or ideas? For those of you who speak Spanish, I
have a blog called Negociacion Efectiva. I am slowely uploading some of
my materials in Spanish onthis blogs at
www.negociacionefectiva.blogspot.com Wishing you peace

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At 9:49pm on March 4, 2009, Luis Matias-Cruz said…
Hola Ana Maria, un placer leer sobre ti aqui, soy de Oaxaca Mexico, trabajo en la universidad aqui en Waco Texas, dos preguntas..estoy en el proceso de fundar un centro cultural para la paz en Oaxaca Mexico, conoces alguien gente que esta trabajando en este tipo de iniciativas? segundo, estoy en el programa latinoamericano en la universidad, tu seria una buena persona para invitar a dar una charla..que te parece?...dime que piensas...un saludo sincero. Luis
At 12:19pm on November 23, 2007, Bobichand Rajkumar said…
Dear Anna,

Your profile has impressed me. You are really doing important works towards peacebuilding. Negotiation and mediation are really key in peacebuilding. As a Radio and TV anchor you must be very influencial in your negotiation and mediation works. I think I have to learn from you more about negotiation and mediation.
I look forward to hearing from you.

Best Wishes,
Bobichand
At 5:46am on November 23, 2007, Ana Maria Salazar Slack said…
Welcome to my blog. I teach negotiation and mediation skills in Mexico. I am now starting a new proyect to teach community gang and youth leaders negotiation skills. Peacebuilding skills will be key for these kids. Any suggestions or ideas? For those of you who speak Spanish, I have a blog called Negociacion Efectiva. I am slowely uploading some of my materials in Spanish onthis blogs at www.negociacionefectiva.blogspot.com Wishing you peace...
At 11:46pm on November 20, 2007, Athenia said…
Hello Ana
hOW ARE YOU? YOU ARE DOIND WELL I HOPE

IT IS AREAL PLEASURE FOR ME TO WRITE YOU. I AM LIVING IN AFRICA AND I WOULD LIKE TO BE CONNECTED WITH YOU THAT WE CAN EXCHANGE IDEAS ABOUT PEACEBUILDING.
I HOPE TO READ YOU SOON.
BE BLESSED
 
 
 

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