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The Little Book of "Cool Tools for Hot Topics" -- Group Tools to Facilitate Meetings When Things Are Hot shows how to help people hear each other when they feel like shouting; how to focus on the issues at stake rather than having a war of personalities; how to employ actual practices for better understanding interviews, small-group discussions, role-reversal presentations ; and how to move a group toward making a decision that all can honestly support.

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A transforming and freshly hopeful approach to handling tension-filled topics, using principles of dialogue. For conversations around the table, in the boardroom, or within the community. David Campt has taught at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute. His most recent work is focused on working with white allies for racial justice.

This book is written by globally sought after practitioner and scholar, Kay Pranis. Kay learned about peacemaking circles in her work in restorative justice in the mids. Since that initial exposure to the use of peacemaking circles in the justice system Kay has been involved in developing the use of peacemaking circles in schools, social services, churches, families, museums, universities, municipal planning and workplaces. Kay has a particular interest in the use of circles to support social justice efforts addressing racial, economic, class and gender inequities.

That interest includes the use of peacemaking circles to understand and respond to historical harms to groups of people. This third volume in The Little Books of Justice and Peacebuilding Series is about the juvenile justice system that is built around these conferences. Since their introduction in New Zealand, Family Group Conferences have been adopted and adapted in many places throughout the world.

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They have been applied in many arenas including child welfare, school discipline, and criminal justice, both juvenile and adult. In fact, FGCs have emerged as one of the most promising models of restorative justice. Most books on negotiation assume that the negotiators are in a stable setting. But what about those far thornier times when negotiation needs to happen while other fundamental factors are in uproarious change— deciding which parent will have custody of their child while a divorce is underway; bargaining between workers and management during the course of a merger and downsizing; or negotiating an environmental dispute that involves corporations, government agencies, and tribal communities.

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Not to be confused with reconciliation, mediation or negotiation, victim-offender conferencing is a way to acknowledge harms that brings in the voices of those who have been victimized, including the broader community. Lorraine Stutzman-Amstutz teaches in the Summer Peacebuilding Institute , bringing her extensive experience into the classroom. When conflicts become ingrained in communities, people lose hope.

Dialogue is necessary but never sufficient, and often actions prove inadequate to produce substantial change. Even worse, chosen actions create more conflict because people have different lived experiences, priorities, and approaches to transformation. When time permits, he is an instructor at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute.

Carolyn Yoder wrote this little book to explain the core of the STAR program for those who were unable to attend the workshops. An updated second edition will be released in The Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at EMU weaves trauma and resilience concepts and practices into all graduate education programs. For focused training and education in trauma and resilience please consider:. The best way to change the world may be one organization at a time. With this ambitious claim, the authors of this highly readable primer provide insightful analysis for evaluating and improving the health of any organization.

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