On June 5, 2013, Shades Israeli and Palestinian fellows walked the Abraham Path in Israel’s Negev on a guided tour organized by PON Senior Fellow Shula Gilad, visiting Jewish and Arab villages on the route, learning about the Abrahamic tradition of the societies, their current challenges and success. As is the case for others who have walked the path, the fellows had a unique opportunity to walk and talk, learning about the history of the area from tour guide and archaeologist Avner Goren. Shades fellows have been learning with each other since April 2013.
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In this video, Eileen Babbitt, Director of the International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program at Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, outlines three types of obstacles that generate barriers in negotiations, and how to move beyond them. This video includes excerpts from a session taught by Dr. Babbitt at the Program on Negotiation for Senior
The Criminalization of Conflict Resolution
Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project’s Impact on
ADR and Human Rights Work
Harvard Negotiation Law Review, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School,
and the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program
Eileen Babbitt (Professor of International Conflict Management Practice at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University)
Building consensus and sharpening problem solving skills should be part of every negotiation. Some divisions between groups are so emotionally fraught, however, that the facilitators need enhanced training first. In this interview, Eileen Babbitt discusses a “to reflect
The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School Will Honor Former President of Finland Martti Ahtisaari with the 2010 Great Negotiator Award
Co-sponsored with the Future of Diplomacy Project at the Harvard Kennedy School, the Great Negotiator Event Offers Real-World Negotiation Discussion to All Students
For Immediate Release
CAMBRIDGE, MA (September 21, 2010) The Program on Negotiation
Author: Eileen Babbitt, Professor of International Conflict Management Practice at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
The pursuit of human rights can be helped along by paying more attention to the principles of conflict transformation. This piece shows how countries that have known violent internal conflict can use the negotiating of a constitution
Eileen F. Babbitt is Professor of International Conflict Management Practice and Director of the International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Program at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University. She is also a Faculty Associate of the Program on Negotiation at the Harvard Law School and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
“The Role of Track I actors in Reconciliation: The UN in Iraq”
Date: December 8, 2009
Time: 4-6 PM
Where: CGIS Building, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs,
1737 Cambridge Street, Second Floor, N-262 (Bowie Vernon Room), Cambridge MA
Contact Chair: Donna Hicks (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Eileen F. Babbitt is Professor of International Conflict Management Practice and Director of the International Negotiation
Processes of International Negotiation (DHP D 220)
FLETCHER SCHOOL OF LAW AND DIPLOMACY
Eileen Babbitt (Sec. A)
Diana Chigas (Sec. B)
Nadim Rouhana (Sec. C)
Jeswald Salacuse (Sec. D)
This course explores the processes, rather than specific substantive issues, of international negotiation. Using exercises and simulations, it examines the nature of conflict in the international arena; the
Conflict Resolution Theory (DHP D223)
International conflict resolution is a field of practice and of theoretical study. The primary goal of international conflict resolution is to use means other than violence to settle both inter-state and intra-state disputes, and to transform the relationships of disputing parties such that violence is not likely