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Conflict Resolution

 

Disputes and conflicts are a normal part of being human and being related. How we handle conflicts can make all the difference in the quality of our lives.   

 

If we keep standing for peaceful resolutions, then solutions are often possible. You can research and check into ways to resolve conflict other than fighting and war such as

 

          Communication

          www.thefreedictionary.com/communication

 

          Diplomacy

          www.dtp.unsw.edu.au

www.imtd.org/initiatives-diplomacy.htm 

 

          Negotiation

          www.bbraham.com/html/negotiation.html

 

Mediation

www.mediate.com  (Mediation Information and Resource Center)

www.nmb.gov  (National Mediation Board)

 

Litigation

www.thefreedictionary.com/litigation

 

There are groups and organizations that specialize in providing and researching conflict resolution. Check this list below.

 

Association for Conflict Resolution

www.acrnet.org

 

The Carter Center

www.cartercenter.org/peaceprograms/program12.htm

 

The Conflict Resolution Information Source

v4.crinfo.org

 

Conflict Resolution Network

www.crnhq.org

 

The Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution

www.trinstitute.org/ojpcr

 

Search for Common Ground

www.sfcg.org

 

 

Also, see Other Links to Related Organizations.

 

 

 

Go to Other Links in this sequence:

What is a conscientious objector?
What are alternatives in serving the United States
Who should consider being a conscientious objector?
What do others say about conscientious objection?
What do Christians and the Bible say?
What do I need to do to become a conscientious objector?
Conflict Resolution
Other links to related organizations

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