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Mediation & Conflict Theory

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Tammy Lenski

Length: 1 minute

Patterns in Conflict

Do people in conflict tend to follow a pattern in mediation?... read more

Conflict theory, language and emotion
Ken Cloke Mediator

Ken Cloke

Length: 4 minutes

Negative Emotions and Conflict

What do you mean when you refer to a 'negative emotion' as an essential ingredient of conflict?... read more

Conflict theory, language and emotion
Ken Cloke Mediator

Ken Cloke

Videos: 11

Length: 53 minutes

Language, Emotion and Neurophysiology in Conflict Resolution

When I first started I thought to myself wouldn’t it be amazing if one day I could interview Ken Cloke. That day has c... read more

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Sara Cobb

Length: 6 minutes

Narrative Mediation and Mediator Neutrality

What are the implications of the conflict stories for the mediator’s neutrality and impartiality?... read more

Peace Candles

Length: 1 minute

Caring for Kaela (2)

How did you progress from Caring for Kaela?... read more

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Joanna Kalowski

Length: 2 minutes

Native Title

How did you get involved in Native Title?... read more

Buried in Paperwork
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James Walker

Length: 1 minute

Resistance to Resolver

How is your complaints management service viewed by businesses?... read more

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Susan Maishlish

Length: 4 minutes

Restarting the Peace Process

Where do you start with something like restarting the peace process?... read more

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Samantha Hardy

Videos: 16

Length: 1 hour and 19 minutes

How To Unravel A Western Conflict Narrative

Every mediation starts with each side telling a story about what happened, why and who’s at fault. There are typically patterns and themes... read more

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