What's Happening in Conflict Resolution (30/7/2018)

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 [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, Conflict & Mediation Research

Conceptual reviews of negotiation and conflict topics: The new issue of Negotiation and Conflict Management Research is out, with a focus on conceptual reviews of topics in the conflict management field. The issue also includes articles on two of the negotiation field’s luminaries, Robert McKersie and Howard Raiffa.

Experiential learning – beyond role-play: In this short article, Noam Ebner surveys the literature on negotiation teaching to describe six methods of active and experiential learning that do not involve traditional use of the role-play simulation.

Job and Grant Opportunities

Jobs:

Michigan State University is looking for an Assistant University Ombudsperson.

The State of Maryland court system is seeking a Court ADR Resources Director.

The New York Center for Interpersonal Development is seeking a School Based Conflict Management Specialist/Restorative Justice Coordinator for its Community Dispute Resolution Center Program. For details, contact ADR@NYCID.ORG

The United States Federal District Court for the Eastern District of New York is seeking student interns for fall 2018 and spring 2019.  The ADR Intern will assist the ADR Administrator with the management of the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) program for the court. 

The Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity (AC4), at Columbia University, is seeking a Program Manager for its Sustainable Peace Project

Grant:

AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION - INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION FOUNDATION GRANTS: The AAA-ICDR Foundation is now accepting Initial Descriptions of Grant Requests for its fourth funding cycle. In its review the Foundation will be focusing on innovative and replicable proposals that provide:

  • ADR for vulnerable and underserved populations
  • ADR for community focused dispute resolution.

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