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New articles on conflict analysis and resolution | 03/28/2019

Conflict resolution scholar Louis Kriesberg, professor emeritus at Syracuse University, and Facilitating Peace founder Joyce Neu, have co-authored two articles. The first discusses core concepts in the field of conflict analysis and resolution; the second looks at the development of the field. These articles (see below) have now been published online by the Oxford Research […]

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The Women’s Action Network in Sri Lanka condemns Easter Sunday bombings and calls for strength through unity | 04/23/2019

The Women’s Action Network (WAN*) strongly condemns the wave of bombings of churches and hotels in Colombo, Negombo, and Batticaloa. Children and families celebrating a joyous Easter Sunday now lie among the 310 killed and hundreds wounded. Bodies transported in bags; funerals planned for children, parents and tourists. It is impossible to bear, impossible to […]

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Facilitating Peace’s website is back online!! | 09/04/2018

Dear friends and colleagues, Facilitating Peace’s website was hacked and inaccessible for some time. If you tried going to our website, you may have received error messages saying the site was not secure. In fact, it wasn’t, but it is now fine and back up and running thanks to the work of our web design […]

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Celebrating International Women’s Day March 8 | 03/08/2018

Facilitating Peace celebrates women around the world and the progress they have made towards gender parity economically, socially, educationally, and politically. While there is much work ahead to ensure that young girls today have the same opportunities and freedoms as their brothers, we are encouraged by the courageous women and men working to ensure that […]

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Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day | 01/15/2018

On this special day in the U.S. that honors a man who championed peace, justice, and equality despite many threats to his life, we share a sermon he gave in 1955 that is remarkably salient and moving today. Given the current situation in the U.S., the paragraphs below from over 60 years ago still speak […]

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