Posts Tagged ‘Conflict Transformation’

Harvard Conference 2015 on “The Transformation of Intractable Conflicts II”

Harvard Conference 2015 on "The Transformation of Intractable Conflicts II"

“The Transformation of Intractable Conflicts II: Challenges and Perspectives for Interactive Problem Solving and Conflict Resolution”: The second in a series of conferences was held at Harvard University from September 17-19, 2015. The focus of this conference has been on the wide range of developments to interactive problem solving (IPS) over the past decades, and […]


NYC Conference 2015 “Searching for a Global Peace and Security Architecture for the 21st Century”

The Herbert C. Kelman Institute for Interactive Conflict Transformation, the Chumir Foundation for Ethics in Leadership and the International Crisis Group are organizing a research workshop of 20 well-informed individuals on the challenges of current geopolitical conflict and the prospects for its management, including through sustainable security, dialogue, mediation and peace-building, entitled An Architecture for […]


Haaretz: ‘Two states in one land’ (16 June 2014)

‘Two states in one land’: A Nobel Prize chemist’s search for peace The separation between Israelis and Palestinians is a heavy obstacle to peace: Working together to improve their common homeland would greatly benefit both Jews and Arabs.


A Report from the Harvard Conference 2014 “The Transformation of Intractable Conflicts”

From 27th to 29th March 2014, the conference on “The Transformation of Intractable Conflicts. Perspectives and Challenges for Interactive Problem Solving” was held at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at the Harvard University. The Centre for Peace Research and Peace Education (ZFF) and the Herbert C. Kelman Institute for Interactive Conflict Transformation Vienna/Jerusalem were the joint […]