Another weakness of western approaches to conflict resolution
is that it does not involve every member of the conflicting parties.
The panchayat system is still practised in many parts of the subcontinent for conflict resolution
. And despite massive urbanisation during the last three decades, around 70% of people still live in villages in both India and Pakistan.
You've heard about the Cs of credit, but what about the Cs of conflict resolution
? Cool, calm, confident and concise were all highlighted by Hernandez in the webinar.
demands for untwisted analytical competency.
He argues for African responsibility for the conflict resolution
attempts in Somalia.
For scholars of Laos, the most valuable chapters are undoubtedly Chapters 2, 3 and 4, in which Stobbe provides a detailed analysis of cultural ceremonies and conflict resolution
practices such as op-lom, which are aimed at maintaining social harmony and restoring "face" or "one's respect and status in a communal relationship" (p.
He said that his institute used to work on partnering to build civil society in Pakistan, hosting radio shows on conflict resolution
, closely working with communities to empower women and engage youth, and training teachers and students in conflict management.
The statement added, "it was agreed to hold several seminars and involve all minority groups to reach a common vision lead to effective solutions to be presented in the final conference in order to achieve reconciliation and conflict resolution
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Mr Siamisang noted that conflict was part of human interaction since people faced challenges time and again, and said through the project, he learnt the importance of communication and reaching an agreement in conflict resolution
According to the agreement, the conflict resolution
should be based on the Geneva peace talks, RIA Novosti reported.
For offenders, conflict resolution
is a matter of not losing face and maintaining respect.
Speaking of Violence: The Politics and Poetics of Narrative in Conflict Resolution
. New York: Oxford, 297 pp.