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Whereas many researchers believe that ethnic grievances have little to do with the outbreak of political violence, our research shows that ethno-nationalist exclusion and mobilization are likely to trigger civil-war violence. Initially argued in Cederman and Girardin 2007 , we have spent several years collecting data on, and analyzing, ethnic groups and their participation in conflict processes. Since 2004, we have been meeting informally within GROWnet, which is a research network covering “Geographic Research On War” linking together conflict researchers in the UK, Norway and Switzerland. In 2007, we formalized this ...
There is the inevitable clash between formal authority and power and those individuals and groups affected. There are disputes over how revenues should be divided, how the work should be done, and how long and hard people should work. There are jurisdictional disagreements among individuals , departments , and between unions and management . There are subtler forms of conflict involving rivalries, jealousies, personality clashes, role definitions, and struggles for power and favor. There is also conflict within individuals — between competing needs and demands — to which individuals respond in different ways. 1 Cite error: There are
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East Africa Forum » Report of the Secretary-General on Eritrea
1. In paragraph 22 of its resolution 1907 (2009), adopted on 23 December 2009, the Security Council requested me to report within 180 days on Eritrea’s compliance with the provisions of the resolution. 2. A note verbale was subsequently transmitted to the Permanent Mission of Eritrea to the United Nations on 22 April 2010 outlining the provisions of Security Council resolution 1907 (2009) and requesting information from the Government, by 7 June 2010, on the fulfilment of the provisions contained therein. 3. On 9 June 2010, the Government of Eritrea submitted a report on its compliance with resolution 1907 ... market research, surveys and trends


A Lesson on Clan Conflict Resolution in the Philippines
The symposium workshop “Traditional Ways of Resolving Conflict among Indigenous Peoples”, referred to by Archbishop Capalla in his interview, was based on a study “Management of Clan Conflict and Rido among the Tausug, Maguindanao, Maranao, Sama and Yakan tribes” conducted by the Research Centers of Ateneo de Zamboanga University and Notre Dame University. Its aim was to gain better knowledge and appreciation of clan conflict and devise more effective methods of resolution and prevention. Dr. Ofelia Durante (known as Bing by her friends and colleagues) conducted the workshop as a participative ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Survey: A quarter of Africans worry about future religious ...
LAGOS, Nigeria — More than a quarter of people in sub-Saharan Africa worry about future conflict along religious lines, though concerns in Rwanda and Nigeria are even higher, according to a new survey on religious attitudes released Thursday. The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, which conducted the survey, however, found that unemployment, crime and corruption are of greater concern to Africans than future religious conflict. But the survey found that in Nigeria and Rwanda — countries that have suffered from vicious sectarian conflict — 58 percent in each country fear future bloodshed. The survey, which involved ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Fighters turn to theatre to advocate Middle East peace
but have now put down their guns and together taken to the stage. The group, formed in 2005, perform sketches based on their own experiences of war to promote a "non-violent" resolution to the conflict. Where these theatrical workshops take place is critical to the protest. Most recently, they improvised a scene about Israeli check-points to an audience of Palestinians, Israelis and international activists on a hill-top in the West Bank over-looking an Israeli settlement. They didn't get far before IDF officers stopped the show. Pitching a group of trained killers-turned-thespians as messengers of peace seems a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
“Perhaps Azerbaijan Should Consider the Strategy of Mr. Davutoglu on Relations ...
A new conversation about the Turkish-Armenian border is difficult to start, because the colors of the last year events have faded and the subject may seem boring to some.  However, precisely now - at this hour of calm on the subject – must Azerbaijani leadership rethink what had happened then. Baku continues to view the lock on that border as its own success, an outcome of its active and public diplomacy. Indeed, our leadership more than anyone else had publicly resisted the Turkish-Armenian rapprochement by tying it to the necessity of progress in resolving the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Nevertheless, even then I ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Workshop on Conflict Resolution - Conflict Resolution Workshop
Review Chart 1: Basic Methods of Resolving Conflict and then have a small .... minute presentation on their step and present it to the whole group, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Conflict Resolution, Part 1
Various agencies and/or organizations involved in the partnership often have different interests. The success of the partnership depends on effective interaction among them, the relationships they develop, and their ability to find mutual interests. Successful mobilization of the community requires the inclusion of all stakeholders in the community-in defining goals and resolving differences. Joint (or interactive) problem solving is a process in which participants work side-by-side to define, analyze, and resolve their conflict. In this process, trust and communication are the main elements for reaching an agreement. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
GroupWorks: Working With Group Conflict
Conflict happens! We see it between members of families, between friends and between nations. Conflict happens in groups, and as elsewhere, it isn�t always bad. In many cases, conflict can lead to a better understanding of issues and other people, as well as creative ways to solve problems or take advantage of opportunities. Learning about conflict�common sources of conflict, common styles people use in conflict situations and how to channel conflict into creative solutions� are important group skills. Helping all group members understand basic conflict skills moves the group to a higher level of effectiveness, in which work ...
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Abraham was promised Palestine by God, when He told Abe that his Son would inherit the land. Problem was, Abe's wife Sarah couldn't conceive. She came up with an idea to let Abe sleep with the maid, and she ended up preggers with Ishmael. Sarah got jealous and made Abe kick exile both of them. Then Sarah got preggers and had Isaac. By Jewish law, the first-born male son gets to inherit... which one is it? The line of Ishmael continued on to include Mohammad. The line of Isaac continued on with Solomon, David and some guy named Jesus. Both sides are claiming that God promised the land to them - and the way I ...
Can Conflict at Work be Productive? | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
Healthy conflict stirs creativity and innovation, and that is a good thing. It is about building a culture that encourages frank and open discussion and collaboration and teams that respect, and this is key, will LISTEN to differing opinions and ideas without personal attacks. posted 11 months ago Software Engineer at Linedata Services see all my answers There are books written on this topic and classes taught as part of MBA. I do not think I want to be very good at conflict resolution - I'd rather relax at work place. My tips: avoid political places, avoid choosing sides, other than the side of the group you work for. ...