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
Gender and Negotiation:
In Negotiating While Female, Andrea Schneider of Marquette University takes on the prevailing ethos conveniently blaming the woman and her alleged inability to negotiate. The article argues that blaming women for any lack of negotiation skills or efforts is inaccurate and that prevailing perceptions about women and negotiation are myths. The article and identifies structural changes that might encourage negotiation and reduce the gender pay gap.
‘Don’t break down into pairs, and I won’t assign you roles’: In this short article appearing in the International Association for Conflict Management’s Signal newsletter, Noam Ebner describes six experiential learning methods beyond role-play and simulation.
Conflict Resolution Training in Healthcare:
What is the effect of conflict resolution training on health professionals? A new study by Creighton NCR faculty Paul Charlton and colleagues identifies significant benefits.
Job and Grant Opportunities
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation & Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) at Teachers College, Columbia University seeks an individual with deep knowledge of conflict management and organizational behavior to become an instructor of our graduate course on managing conflict in organizat....
The Morton Deutsch International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (MD-ICCCR) at Teachers College is seeking to hire a qualified candidate with advanced skills in research management, design, methodology, statistics, and data analysis for a 20-35 hour/week commitment. This paid position will provide support and consulting expertise to students and staff conducting research in the MD-ICCCR lab with Dr. Peter T. Coleman. Research is focused on the dynamics of peace, conflict, social change, and social justice. Interested candidates should email Becca Bass at with their resume and a brief paragraph explaining their interest in the role and describing their relevant experience.
AMERICAN ARBITRATION ASSOCIATION - INTERNATIONAL CENTRE 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:
Interested organizations or individuals should submit a 1-2-page Initial Description of Grant Request no later than October 5, 2018. Go to www.AAAICDRFoundation.org for process and forms