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A new book, Managing Differences: How to Build Better Relationships at Work and Home by Daniel Dana -- probably worth reading. I've liked other works by Dan Dana well enough to note this without having read it.
Interesting new Mediation & ADR (and other) web sites and useful links:
Summer Institute on Peacebuilding & Conflict Resolution (IPCR) 2006
June 10 July 1, 2006
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
To see the complete program description and on-line application, visit the ACT website: http://www.conflicttransformation.org For more information contact Dr. Nike Carstarphen, Senior Partner, Alliance for Conflict Transformation, Inc., PO Box 9117, Alexandria, VA 22304, Phone: (703) 461-3650, Email: email@example.com
Resolving Conflict Creatively in the School Community
"Negotiation" & "Mediation"
- two half hour videos (or DVD) with Teacher's Manual & Handouts
14th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION
May 5 - 15, 2006 St. Petersburg, Russia (Formal conference program May 6-11)
Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Practical Guide for Resolving Government Contract Controversies, Second Edition. This book provides an updated, detailed exploration of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methodologies available for resolving contract controversies -- from the ABA. http://abastore.abanet.org/abastore/front_end/static/home_page.html&r=1
The upcoming Complexity and Organizational Robustness workshop to be help in Pohnpei, Micronesia in May 2007. To learning more about this event please visit: http://isce.edu/ISCE_Group_Site/web-content/ISCE%20Events/Pohnpei_2007.html
Other notices that might be of interest include:
3rd International Workshop on Complexity and Philosophy, Stellenbosch, South Africa, February, 2007 (paper proposal deadline - end of May, 2006): http://isce.edu/ISCE_Group_Site/web-content/ISCE%20Events/Stellenbosch_2007.html
Call for chapter proposals for Volume 4 of the Managing the Complex book series: Complexity and Knowledge Management (deadline for chapter proposals - end of March, 2006). http://isce.edu/ISCE_Group_Site/web-content/ISCE%20Publishing/MtC_V4.html
http://www.campus-adr.org/ -- new openings and updates. Worth
http://lists.willamette.edu/mailman/options/dis-res/ -- the newsletters are up and running. Well worth the free subsciption.
Some of the best things in mediation are still free.
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