What fuels bullying? Why do kids bully, and how can we help them stop? On this segment we'll be providing answers to these questions along with effective tools you can use at home and in schools.
- The difference between conflict and bullying
- The number one reason kids bully
- Other factors that can fuel bullying
- How to help kids manage…
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“The Texas Conflict Coach® Radio Blog Show” September Series
The Texas Conflict Coach® Blog Talk Radio show announces the following shows starting
in the month of September, held every Tuesday night from 7:00-7:30 pm CST/8:00-8:30 pm EST.
To participate, either go to the designated…Continue
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Folks, here's an article in the big fat fall fashion edition of ELLE magazine...about New York Peace Institute's Mediation Training. Bob Morris, author of Assisted Loving, recently took our training, and put it to good use on the homefront with his hubby, Ira.
GIVE PEACE A CHANCE
Bob Morris had an anger problem, in his marriage and his life. Could mediation—typically used to resolve conflict as…
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Many kids don't know "the language of social success" -- how to send and receive nonverbal communication that helps them make friends and manage their social relationships. They are often isolated and targeted for teasing and bullying. We can help you to identify these children and give you resources to teach them how to use nonverbal communication more effectively.
Tricia Jones is a Professor of Education at Temple University in…Continue
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Lakhdar Brahimi, the former Algerian foreign minister and veteran U.N. trouble-shooter, was appointed lead mediator for Syria on Friday, placing the 78-year-old diplomat at the forefront of international efforts to head off a lengthy civil war in Syria.
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Lakhdar Brahimi, the former Algerian foreign minister and veteran U.N. trouble-shooter, was appointed lead mediator for Syria on Friday, placing the 78-year-old diplomat at the forefront of international efforts to head off a lengthy civil war in…Continue
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The American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution has created an Ombuds Task Force "to explore the feasibility of offering ombuds services as an ABA Member Benefit." Bennett Feigenbaum and Peter Scarpato have been appointed to co-chair the group, but other members have not been identified. One of their first tasks will be developing a mission statement and an action…Continue
The professional association for Organizational Ombuds is seeking speaker presentation proposals and topic suggestions for the IOA 8th Annual Conference taking place April 21-24, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Miami in Miami, FL.
Each year, IOA hosts an annual conference to promote the Ombuds profession, provide relevant educational content and offer enriching networking…Continue
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Community Mediation, Inc. in Hamden, CT has been working in the New Haven and Hamden schools to train youth to be peer mediators for many years. Most of our work is funded by grants and some funds from the Board of Education. Sadly, those funds don't allow us to purchase something that would allow the mediators to stand out from other students. No safety badges, t-shirts, or even buttons that tell students who the mediators are. We are hoping you will help us change that.
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What is an organizational ombudsman? Tune in and listen to Linda Falkson and Adam Kleinbergerfrom the Cornell University Ombudsman Office, as they talk about how their office helps people regarding a problem or conflict, as part of the caring community serving students, faculty and staff. They offer an explanation of the ethical principles that guide their work-- independence, neutrality, confidentiality and informality and how they are helpful to those that…Continue
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I am editing a book on how the digital revolution is changing the relationship between states and citizens. The book will be published in 2013 and chapter proposals are due September 30th. Attached is the detailed call for chapters.
Thanks in advance.
Sam Edwards, JD, LLM
Green Mountain College
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As an educator, is conflict in the classroom interfering with teaching? Is your child missing out on classroom instruction because of conflict? Does your child come home upset, with hurt feelings and or justdown-right angrybecause they are feeling powerless to fix a difficult situation? Then, why not use peer mediation?
In our Back to School series, Got…Continue
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In this blog entry , read about how Judge Bruce Peterson of Minneapolis believes that the divorces should not be subjected to court. He says that court is about coercion and the threat of coercion. And he says that transformative mediation might be an answer.
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When considering that one response to being provoked is to freeze, this week’s blog encourages thinking about what that means and what to do about it. So, what does freezing mean in the context of conflict? It may be a matter of becoming hard and cold internally or towards the other person or both. It may also be a reaction that reflects feeling immobilized. We feel powerless to know what to say or do. Typically, our brains are ‘on hold’ and we are not able to think at these times. These and…Continue