What's Happening in Conflict Resolution - June 13th, 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].

Mediation in the news

As states in the Persian Gulf square off against Qatar, mediation efforts are underway. This rapidly developing scenario offers a good opportunity to follow a case of mediation in international affairs in near- real-time.

Check out this report from CNBC and Reuters for details.

50 Years of Loving

50 years after the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Loving v. Virginia, the 2040 Initiative and the Werner Institute at Creighton Law School held a symposium to celebrate the milestone and discuss the ongoing implications of the decision. Symposium papers have been published in the recent issue of the Creighton Law Review. 

Professor Palma Strand introduces the topic and the symposium, and discusses its long-term effects on society: an ongoing process of de-othering

Professor Jackie Font reflects on the value of spaces of Otherness and difference, as areas in which oppressive narratives can be disrupted. 

 New Resource on ADRHub: Online Dispute Resolution Bibliography


ADRHub 
is happy to announce a new resource for practitioners, teachers and researchers in the field of ODR: A comprehensive bibliography of the field. Initiated by Dan Rainey, this project brings together the writing on ODR and presents it in a chronological manner, thereby spotlighting the field's development. We invite you to take part in keeping the bibliography current, by sharing new publications and citations.

Thanks to those who have sent in updates over the past month. The bibliography continues to expand!

See the bibliography on the Resources tab above, or by clicking here.

Job Opportunities

NYSDRA Executive Director

The New York State Dispute Resolution Association is seeking to fill the role of executive director. Details can be found here.

NICE Program seeking Program Director (in NY State)

Seeking a program director for a conflict resolution project with a research component. See details here.

Community and School Mediation

AmeriCorps is establishing a Community Mediation School Corps across the state of New York. For opportunities and details, see here

 

Conference

Call for Papers, Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding

 

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