What's Happening in Conflict Resolution April 18th 2017

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].

Negotiation and Conflict in the News

Reshuffling your own deck

The UK's sudden move to elections is an attempt by Prime Minister Theresa May to strengthen her hand internally, ahead of Brexit negotiations. Read more in this article by Sewell Chan in the New York Times.  

Negotiation Research

Getting it started

Many negotiations are the result of ongoing conditions, in which we decide, at some point, to try and effect change. When, exactly, is that point? When do we initiate negotiations? In this article, Julia Reif and FelixBrodbeck explore the conditions that make us initiate change processes through negotiation. 


Being in Conflict: Lessons Learned from a Conflict Management Coach 

The founder and host of the Texas Conflict Coach®, Pattie Porter, chats with special guest host Zena Zumeta about the lessons learned in how to embrace conflict constructively, courageously and with compassion. Listen to the interview here.  

Student Writing Opportunity

Book Reviews

ACResloutions, ACR’s quarterly magazine, seeks graduate students to write reviews of books on negotiation and conflict resolution. ACResolution%20Announces%20A%20Publication%20Opportunity.pdf.

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