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building peace

Ponders the possibility of a major "paradigm shift" under way from adversarialism and war to mutuality and peace. Examines war culture and peace culture and points in between, with emphases on the role of imagination in social change, growing global interdependence, and political, economic, gender, social class, and social psychological aspects of war and peace.

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Celebrities, Attorneys, Deals: The Impact of Public Opinion

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The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, The Recording Artists Project at Harvard Law School,
and The Committee on Sports & Entertainment Law at Harvard Law School are pleased to present:

Celebrities, Attorneys, Deals: The Impact of Public Opinion
A conversation with

Photo courtesy of: CLAUDIO ONORATI/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock

John Branca
Entertainment and Corporate Lawyer,
Partner, Ziffren Brittenham LLP
 
Moderated by:

Brian Price
Clinical Professor of

Getting to Peace: From Colombia and Venezuela to North Korea and Afghanistan

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Bill Ury

The Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School is pleased to present:

Getting to Peace: From Colombia and Venezuela to North Korea and Afghanistan
A conversation with

William Ury
Co-founder, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School
Senior Fellow, Harvard Negotiation Project
 
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
12:15 – 1:30 PM
Austin Hall West, Room 111
Harvard Law School Campus
Free and open to the public.

Building Peace Through Environmental Activism: The Relationship of Confidence Building Measures to Formal Negotiations

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The Middle East Negotiation Initiative and the Program on Negotiation Brown Bag Lunch Series is pleased to present:

“Building Peace Through Environmental Activism: The Relationship of Confidence Building Measures to Formal Negotiations”
with

Alon Tal
Professor of Environmental Policy, Ben Gurion University
Visiting Professor, Stanford University Center for Conservation Biology
 
Monday, October 7, 2013
12:00 – 1:00 PM
Hauser Hall 101
Harvard Law School

Deconstructing War, Building Peace

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Deconstructing War, Building Peace
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY (SOC 119A1)

Fall 2014

Tuesday and Friday 9:30-10:50 am

Instructor:
Gordon A. Fellman

Ponders the possibility of a major “paradigm shift” under way from adversarialism and war to mutuality and peace. Examines war culture and peace culture and points in between, with emphases on the role of imagination in social change, growing global interdependence, and

Eileen Babbitt

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Eileen Babbitt is a leading researcher, educator, and practitioner in the fields of mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolution, with specialized expertise in international conflicts. Her practice as a facilitator and trainer has included work in the Middle East and the Balkans, and with U.S. government agencies, regional intergovernmental organizations, and international and local nongovernmental organizations.

Coexistence: The Arts of Building Peace

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Coexistence: The Arts of Building Peace
BRANDEIS PEACE, CONFLICT, AND COEXISTENCE STUDIES

Spring 2015

Tuesday 2:00-4:50 pm

Instructor:
Cynthia Cohen
781-736-2133

How can music, theatre, poetry, literature, and visual arts contribute to community development, coexistence, and non-violent social change? In the aftermath of violence, how can artists help communities reconcile? Students explore these questions through interviews, case studies, and projects. (Fall: Tuesday

The Missing Link?

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The Conflict in Africa Student Discussion Group presents

Professor Darren Kew
UMass Boston Graduate Program in Dispute Resolution

Professor Kew will discuss how the contribution of Track II Diplomacy must now include not just the contributions that can be made by leaders who move between Track II and official negotiations, but also the role of civil society organizations

Engaging Protagonists: Community-Based Peace Initiatives in Gaza and Ramallah

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Join the Program on Negotiation for a discussion with Liam Maskey about his work on community-based peace initiatives in Gaza and Ramallah.

Mr. Maskey is a former Republican prisoner who joined with a former Loyalist prisoner in Belfast to set up INTERCOMM, an organization aimed at building peace by tackling social and economic deprivation.

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