Reading Conflict: Gossip

Gossip: Exploring the possible values of gossip through audio drama with Amanda Semenoff October 7 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm PST From Amanda Semenoff As a huge fan of audio drama I want to share a show that really has me thinking about the role of gossip in our lives and in conflict resolution practice.... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately – Back to School Edition

Below is a round-up by Jacqueline Fehr of interesting academic articles related to conflict resolution topics which came to Sharon Sutherland and Jacqueline Fehr’s attention as students prepared to return to classes in September 2019.   We thought you might like to read these along with us this fall! Peter Kenneth Cashman and Eliza Ginnivan, “Digital... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately

Below is a monthly round-up of interesting articles, writings, and podcasts related to conflict resolution topics by Jacqueline Fehr. Walter Brynjolfson, “Access to Justice: What does it mean and how are we doing?” Mediatebc.com (11 July 2019) Laurie Israel, “Why Retainers are Important to the Mediation Process”, Mediate.com (12 July 2019) Frederick Way, “Celebrating Pride... Continue Reading →

Join us at Vancouver Fringe Festival !

On September 8th, join fellow conflict resolution colleagues for an afternoon of Fringe-style CPD! For the past two years, CoRe Conflict Resolution Society (CoRe) has invited conflict resolution colleagues to join its members at the Vancouver Fringe Festival and to meet after a selected show for refreshments and a group debrief of conflict themes, practices, and lessons... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately

Below is a monthly round-up of interesting articles, writings, and podcasts related to conflict resolution topics by Jacqueline Fehr. Bruno Zeller and Leon Trakman, “Mediation and Arbitration: The process of enforcement” ssrn.com (28 June 2019) PON Staff, “How to negotiate online,” PON Blog  (27 June 2019) Science News, “People’s motivations bias how they gather information”... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately

Below is a monthly round-up of interesting articles, writings, and podcasts related to conflict resolution topics by Jacqueline Fehr. Cinnie Noble, “The Need to Be Right”, mediate.com (3 May 2019) David Hubbard, “The Guide to Reflective Practice in Conflict Resolution by Michael D. Lang” (Book Review), mediate.com (9 May 2019) Monica Brown-Coleman, “Cognitive Bias’ in... Continue Reading →

Speed Geeking Returns!

Speed Geeking about Conflict Resolution What is Speed Geeking? Speed Geeking is a process for sharing many ideas in a short period of time. CoRe's version of speed geeking will be organized to allow 9 presenters to share an idea related to conflict resolution that excites them. Each presenter will have 5 minutes to present... Continue Reading →

Reading Conflict: “If you can imagine it…”: The Unrealized Potential of Fan Fiction for Conflict Resolution Professionals

“If you can imagine it…”: The Unrealized Potential of Fan Fiction for Conflict Resolution Professionals with Sharon Sutherland June 17 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm PST From Sharon Sutherland The Hugo Award nomination of Archive of Our Own (AO3), an online fan fiction platform, as a contender for Best Related Work has necessarily elevated recent... Continue Reading →

Conflict Resolution, Lately

Below is a monthly round-up of interesting articles, writings, and podcasts related to conflict resolution topics by Jacqueline Fehr. Phyllis Pollack, “Silence is Golden”, mediate.com (1 April 2019) Dr. Joshua Weiss, “The Wired Negotiator”, TEDx Talk shared on mediate.com (8 April 2019) Katie Shonk, “The Importance of Negotiation for Female Negotiators: Women should “negotiate hard””,... Continue Reading →

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