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    Community Dispute Resolution Role-Play:

    Farrakhan Negotiation, The

    Eric Collins
    Five-person, multi-issue negotiation among university administrators and student organizers over cost and arrangements for a controversial figure to speak on campus
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    Academia Role-Play:

    Franklin Family Foundation and Westbrook Regional School District

    Catherine Preston and Lawrence Susskind
    Twelve-person, two-round negotiation between six foundation board members and six school board and community leaders over efforts to address racial disparities in academic performance; internal negotiations precede external
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    International Relations Role-Play:

    Future of Hebron, TheWorkable Peace: Managing Conflict in the Middle East

    Imam Soliman, under the direction of David Fairman
    Seven-person, multi-issue facilitated negotiation among Israeli and Palestinian leaders in the West Bank city of Hebron to discuss land claims, security, and border control
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    Good Offices in a War-Weary World

    Michele Ferenze, Executive Producer

    An exploration of the role of "good offices" providers in long-standing, complex conflicts
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    Cross-Cultural Role-Play:

    Grocery Store

    David Eun and Bruce Patton
    Two-party negotiation between a minister and a school principal over how to address racial tensions arising from alleged shoplifting at a local grocery store
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    Guatemala Role Play, TheWorkable Peace: Indigenous Rights and the Environment in Latin America

    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
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    Homelessness in Niceville

    Edward Scher and Lawrence Susskind
    Six-person facilitated integrative negotiation among advocates for homeless people, community and business leaders, and a foundation regarding the allocation of a grant to alleviate local homelessness problems
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    Healthcare Role-Play:

    Hospital Committee, The

    Irma Tyler-Wood and Bruce Patton
    Multi-party negotiation among hospital committee members over the allocation of scarce life-saving resources
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    Environmental Role-Play:

    How to Handle the Public Health Impacts of Climate ChangeA Community Role-play Simulation

    Hannah Payne and Genea Foster under the direction of Lawrence Susskind
    A seven-party role-play simulation involving a diverse set of stakeholders who must consider the short-term and long-term public health impacts of climate change while assessing the pros and cons of specific (and conflicting) risk management strategies
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    Environmental Role-Play:

    HumboldtMediating a Regional Development Dispute

    Lawrence Susskind
    Eight-person, multi-issue mediation among regional government, environmental, development, and business interests regarding environmental and economic tradeoffs and ethical issues in the development of a manufacturing plant
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    In the Shadow of the City

    Michael Wheeler

    A simulated mediation between an aid worker and a project funder, featuring Getting to YES co-author Bruce Patton as the mediator
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    Juvenile Justice Restorative Circle

    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
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    Long RiverConfronting the Challenges of Instream Flow

    Catherine Ashcraft and Larry Susskind
    A six-party, seven-person (including the mediator), multi-issue mediation among representatives of governmental, business, environmental, recreational, and tribal interests regarding a dispute over developing an instream flow action plan
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    March at Drumcree Role Play, TheWorkable Peace: Religion and Nationalism in Northern Ireland

    Rose Foley, under the direction of David Fairman and Laura Keane
    Five-party, multi-issue, EU-mediated negotiation between representatives of Catholic and Protestant groups regarding a Protestant marching route through Catholic neighborhoods
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    Marsh County Case

    John Perryman
    A set of four simultaneous and potentially interactive multi-party negotiations among locally elected officials, industry representatives, and community leaders regarding a range of economic, educational, environmental, and social issues
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    Community Dispute Resolution Role-Play:

    McMillin – SOS

    Harvard Law School Board of Student Advisors, with refinements by Guhan Subramanian and Melissa Manwaring
    Two-team, multi-issue negotiation between representatives of a restaurant conglomerate and a neighborhood organization over zoning requirements for a possible fast-food restaurant in a historic university neighborhood