What's Happening in Conflict Resolution 1/5/2018

What's Happening in Conflict Resolution is a roundup of the all the ADR news, research, jobs, events and more. Check it out, and view past versions [HERE].

New Negotiation and Conflict Research

Peace and Conflict Studies: A new volume of this journal is online, available here.

Negotiation via Videoconferencing:  In this new chapter, Noam Ebner discusses current trends and research on negotiating via videoconferencing. 

The Negotiator's Desk Reference:  Publication of this new 2-volume book is a Very Big Event for negotiation (and conflict as well), given the span of topics it covers and how it brings these all up-to-date - in terms of state-of-the-research and -practice - to 2017. Check out the table of contents and ordering info here


Call for Papers 

Negotiation and Conflict Management Research (NCMR) is dedicating a special issue to Negotiation and Conflict Management in Entrepreneurial Ventures and Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs), guest edited by Andrea Caputo.  See the Call for Papers here.

Job Opportunities

PartnersGlobal (previously Partners for Democratic Change) is seeking an executive director. An international (NGO) committed to building sustainable capacity to advance democratic institutions, civil society, and a culture of peaceful change and conflict management worldwide, PartnersGlobal specializes in organizational development and social entrepreneurship for democracy and peace.

Peace and Conflict Faculty Position, De Pauw University:  The Peace and Conflict Studies Program (PACS) at DePauw University invites applications for an open rank one-year term faculty position, renewable for up to three years, beginning fall 2018. The program supports a vibrant, committed, and diverse community of students, an active speaker series, and a Restorative Justice program on campus. View details here.

FEMA ADR Position/s in Puerto Rico:  The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Division anticipates one or more vacancies for ADR Advisors in Puerto Rico.  Incumbents in these positions will be part of FEMA’s ADR Division and provide ADR and Ombuds type services for FEMA employees.  The duty station for these positions will be San Juan and other cities on Puerto Rico.  View details here.

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