University of Marylandís Department of Government and Politics and CIDCM, offers an 80-hour winter training course for anyone concerned with the corrosive, devastating impact of persistent conflict on community and development. A program of experiential learning on ways to resolve conflict and build a lasting peace and to develop the knowledge and skills needed to facilitate transformation of interpersonal, organizational, community or complex societal conflicts using multi-track diplomacy, co-facilitators, Prof. Edward (Edy) Kaufman, an Israeli American, and Prof. John Davies, a Muslim American, will use leading-edge interactive techniques to arrive at new ideas and insights to inform ongoing multi-track work to search for common ground between Palestinians and Israelis around the separation barrier. Multi-track diplomacy is an important resource for diplomats, government and IO agencies and CSO staff as well as for other concerned citizens or stakeholders in areas of violence or instability.
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