The Teaching Negotiation Resource Center (TNRC) offers Workable Peace, a comprehensive training program for high school and college students who want to enhance their conflict management skills, but want to learn them in a context that also helps them master required curricula in world history, international relations, American history, ancient history and in specific regions of the world (i.e. the Middle East and Latin America). Workable Peace, developed by the not-for-profit Consensus Building Institute (CBI) includes extensive teacher training guides and related video background materials. TNRC also offers separate negotiation training materials unique suited to young adults. These have been tested extensively at the high school level in a number of countries.
Melissa Manwaring, under the direction of David Fairman and Stacie Nicole Smith
Six-party, multi-issue negotiation among governmental, organizational, and family stakeholders regarding the implementation of court-ordered racial integration measures in Boston public schools and possible improvements in education and community relations
Michael Maturo, Kate Mahoney, Francisco Ingouville and Anthony Wanis St. John, under the direction of David Fairman
Six-person mediated negotiation among representatives of the Guatemalan government, military, rebel groups, indigenous people, and U.S. government to address post-armed-conflict human rights, land claims, and cultural and political rights issues
David Baharvar under the supervision of Robert C. Bordone
Six- or eight-party mediated restorative justice circle among juvenile offender, offender's parent, victim, community member, facilitators supporting each side, and one or two mediators, regarding a juvenile shoplifting incident
Prof. Susskind’s Top 5 Environmental Negotiation Teaching Materials
From time to time, the Teaching Negotiation Resource Center asks PON-affiliated faculty to nominate their top five books, top five teaching videos or top five role-play simulations in certain fields or teaching settings. These change periodically.