What Civil Resistance Can Achieve

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

by SeoHyun Choi, South Korea Suppose there are two different groups of people on the street, protesting against the authoritarian government. One of them is armed and ready to take a violent action; the other is [...]

What Civil Resistance Can Achieve 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

Bologna and The Hague – Two Symposiums a World of Learning

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Ruth Ratidazi Murambadoro, Zimbabwe Being one of the four people that have attended both symposiums offered by IPSI, l feel overwhelmed by the amount of knowledge l am acquiring from these courses. The two [...]

Bologna and The Hague – Two Symposiums a World of Learning 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

The Building Blocks of Peace

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Gianina Pellegrini, USA As much as I was looking forward to attending this symposium and knew that I needed to participate in this experience, I truly didn’t know what to expect. The first three [...]

The Building Blocks of Peace 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

The Challenges and Rewards of Social Entrepreneurship

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Daniel Katz, U.S.A. A growing number of young people today are seeking to effect positive change in their communities and in the world at large, aiming to become “social entrepreneurs.” A single definition does [...]

The Challenges and Rewards of Social Entrepreneurship 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

Aligning Business with Passion

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Rebecca Viljoen, South Africa "The world's problems could not be solved by the institutions that created them because these systems were stuck in old ways of thinking. They knew how to make the system [...]

Aligning Business with Passion 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

Search for Peace Through Innovative Conflict Management Processes

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Ishaku Danladi Pennap, Nigeria I must confess that I have had an amazing learning experience at the IPSI Bologna 2013 Symposium so far.  I really found it difficult to put my finger on any [...]

Search for Peace Through Innovative Conflict Management Processes 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

International Mediation and Dr. Joyce Neu

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Joanne Cotton, Australia After two privileged days guided by Dr. Joyce Neu, we are now better informed as to what is involved in international mediation and the role of the mediator. As Founder and [...]

International Mediation and Dr. Joyce Neu 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

Intra-organization Mediation and Negotiation and the Potential of Information for Change

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Carlos Castillo, Colombia  In this blog entry I would like to comment on two different but yet interacting topics. First, the manifestation of conflict during decision-making processes inside organizations (government bureaucracies, NGO staff, diplomatic [...]

Intra-organization Mediation and Negotiation and the Potential of Information for Change 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

International Mediation Theory

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Abraham Kuol Nyuon, South Sudan Conflict management has become very popular in virtually all national contexts today because conflict is found in all aspects of international relations. The formation of various regional blocks within [...]

International Mediation Theory 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

UNSCR 1325 Bringing Women to the Table

2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00

By Helena Grönberg, Finland “Women bring a different perspective to the table,” said Dr. Joyce Neu during her first day at the 2013 Bologna Symposium. Dr. Neu, a seasoned mediator who has been engaged in [...]

UNSCR 1325 Bringing Women to the Table 2017-09-01T16:46:11+00:00
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