TransConflict is pleased to present a selection of articles published during March, plus updates from the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation…Continue
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TransConflict is pleased to present a selection of articles published during February, plus updates from the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, available by visiting:…Continue
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In the 1500+ cream-of-the-crop TED and TEDx videos that make it to TED.com, Derek Sivers’s 3-minute breakdown of How to Start a Movement is the 32nd most viewed. His story is simple and hilarious: A shirtless man’s ridiculous (and very public) dance solo turns into an all-out, jam-packed dance party in a matter of seconds.
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Volunteer to Host a Pair of Armenian and Turkish Change-makers!
HasNa will be bringing over 12 young change-makers from Turkey and Armenia for an innovative peacebuilding and professional development program this October -…Continue
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Open Your Home - Make a Personal Contribution to Peace!
Volunteer to Host Young Change-Makers from Armenia and Turkey
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Priority Deadline: April 15, 2012 (see below for details)
Atlas Corps is an overseas fellowship for the world's best nonprofit leaders. Our mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled nonprofit professionals.
The Atlas Corps Fellowship is a 12-18 month,…Continue
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As a professional mediator, I am always encouraged by the use of mediation to resolve international conflicts. However, in the case of Syria, I have little confidence that mediation will bring peace to the conflict. Very few of the essential elements for successful mediation are present in this conflict.
The first consideration in convening any mediation is deciding who the parties at the table will be. In this case, the current Syrian government will certainly be a party. However,…Continue
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Please find below a selection of articles published by TransConflict during January. To read all TransConflict's analysis from throughout the month, please click here.
- Congratulations, Kosovo - by David B. Kanin -…Continue
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As a professional peacemaker, I tend to look at conflicts from the perspective of the people instead of politics. In the process of mediating thousands of conflicts, large and small, I find that conflict dynamics tend to fall into predictable patterns. This is especially true in family business conflicts. The same themes arise over and over again such that the conflict dynamics are predictable and systematic.
While reading about the Syrian uprising some months ago, I read a brief…Continue
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Please join HasNa on November 13 at 8:00 p.m. at the Avalon Theater for the special Washington, DC premiere of the international award-winning film Cogunluk (Majority).
Cogunluk is the remarkable story of a young man's journey navigating the fault lines of family relationships, social norms, love, and the expectations of "the majority". The film daringly approaches the most critical topics in contemporary Turkish society…
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Sunday, September 1, 2011
By James M. Dorsey
Amid the diplomatic tsunami hitting Israel with its embassy in Cairo stormed by protesters, its relations with Turkey at an all-time low, the United Nations set to recognize Palestinian statehood and the influence of the United…Continue
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