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    in users Hide my edits Show new changes starting from 00 28 13 February 2016 Namespace all Main Talk User User talk Peacebuilding Peacebuilding talk Image Image talk MediaWiki MediaWiki talk Template Template talk Help Help talk Category Category talk Invert selection Page name Show changes to pages linked to the given page instead Category NEGOTIATION No changes on linked pages during the given period Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas

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  • Category:NEGOTIATION - Peacebuilding
    Writing Short Plays 5 233 views Questions Exploring Cultures Approach to Negotiation 5 108 views Dealing with Emotions 4 893 views Shall We Negotiate 4 884 views Too Many People To Deal With 4 715 views Gromit Village Representative 4 472 views Situation and Roles 4 374 views Trucks 4 373 views Workers Payoff 4 287 views Cuolo Village Representative 4 247 views Rules 4 179 views Fargo Village Representative 4 012 views Emotions in Negotiation 3 985 views And Then How Do We Proceed 3 934 views Brainstorming on Confrontation to Cooperation 3 858 views Ergo Village Representative 3 629 views And Then How Should We Proceed 3 586 views Modules 6th Module Negotiation Conflict and Culture 13 914 views 2nd Module Positional bargaining and principled negotiation 12 424 views 4th Module Turning confrontation into cooperation 9 733 views 1st Module Cooperation and Competition Conflict Styles and Outcomes 9 575 views 3rd Module Principled Negotiation 8 505 views Half Day Workshop on Negotiation 5 955 views 5th Module How emotions play in negotiation 4 618 views Workshop Agendas Half Day Workshop on Negotiation 5 955 views Case Histories Half Day Workshop on Negotiation 5 955 views Handouts Introduction to Principled Negotiation 8 075 views Emotions and Concerns 7 358 views Half Day Workshop on Negotiation 5 955 views Other Conflict Handling Styles 33 493 views Keeping a Cultural Perspective in Reconciliation Work 3 972 views Pages in category NEGOTIATION The following 50 pages are in this category out of 50 total 1 1st Module Cooperation and Competition Conflict Styles and Outcomes 2 2nd Module Positional bargaining and principled negotiation 3 3rd Module Principled Negotiation 4 4th Module Turning confrontation into cooperation 5 5th Module How emotions play in negotiation 6 6th Module Negotiation Conflict and Culture A Acting Bargaining

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    been generated Click here to download it to your computer Not satisfied with the output See the help page about collections for possibilities to improve it Return to Category NEGOTIATION Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Special Collection Views Special Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP Log in create account Navigation Homepage Contents Help pages Random page About this site Search CARITAS French version

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    dictatorships the repeal of unjust laws and the rise of democratic governments However examples of nonviolence date back almost 2 500 years ago Despite the widespread use of nonviolence throughout history historians and formal education systems seem to give priority to documenting wars and violence As a result of this reduced attention nonviolence is still an unrefined raw and intuitive technique for struggle whereas the focus on and investment in military war has significantly increased its destructive power Looking at history and examples of nonviolent struggle can help raise awareness of its nature and the way it works and boost confidence 3rd Module Power and Consent The theory of power that most nonviolent groups refer to can be attributed to the nonviolence theorist Gene Sharp Sharp has developed a theory of power that can serve as a framework for understanding how nonviolence works Essentially it states that the members of a society can be divided into rulers and subjects The rulers power is dependent on the goodwill decisions and support of the subjects thus political power is pluralistic and fragile Withdrawal of consent by the subjects is a way to challenge political power and let hidden structural conflicts surface 4th Module More on Power One way to oppose Gene Sharp s theory of power and consent is to highlight its naivety Consent is seen as individualistic and voluntaristic and his theory leaves out much of the complexity of political life Social structures such as capitalism patriarchy and bureaucracy are too complex to fit into the ruler subject picture Thus for the purposes of social analysis a structural approach seems more appropriate for understanding the complex dynamics of a society Nevertheless if the purpose of a theory is to provide some insights that can be used by activists and prepare a group for action then a simple and easy to apply theory serves well That s why Sharp s theory is so successful among nonviolent activists around the world This module is concerned with offering a critical approach to Sharp s theory of power and with providing different perspectives on power 5th Module Strategising for Nonviolence Whilst social movements can gain strength from the passion focus and cohesion of their members the ability to strategise their actions can also significantly increase their effectiveness Nonviolent theorists and movements have developed a number of frameworks that a group can use to build its own strategy Here we present some of these frameworks although it should be borne in mind that these are not prescriptive and any group can develop its own strategy in its own way Simplicity and participation are the two key elements rather than studying elaborate frameworks to develop the perfect strategy it s better to use simple tools that anyone can understand It s also best to do things together Activists will become active if they play a part in decision making 6th Module Nonviolence in Church Sources The Church s views on peace and war have developed throughout history

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  • Revision history of "Nonviolence Resource Kit - Intro" - Peacebuilding
    Deepmike Talk contribs m Nonviolence Resource Kit moved to Nonviolence Resource Kit Intro cur last 11 14 16 January 2009 Deepmike Talk contribs 6 842 bytes cur last 11 11 16 January 2009 Deepmike Talk contribs m 6 797 bytes cur last 11 10 16 January 2009 Deepmike Talk contribs 6 795 bytes This Resource Kit breaks down into six modules for exploring specific aspects of nonviolence Latest Earliest View

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    Resource Kit Intro View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Category NONVIOLENCE links Category INTRO links Contents links User Cambo DN Collections my anv workshop links User Cambo DN Collections Caritas ANV Workshop Resources links View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Special WhatLinksHere Views Special Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP

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  • Nonviolence Resource Kit - Intro - Peacebuilding
    and practices the fall of dictatorships the repeal of unjust laws and the rise of democratic governments However examples of nonviolence date back almost 2 500 years ago Despite the widespread use of nonviolence throughout history historians and formal education systems seem to give priority to documenting wars and violence As a result of this reduced attention nonviolence is still an unrefined raw and intuitive technique for struggle whereas the focus on and investment in military war has significantly increased its destructive power Looking at history and examples of nonviolent struggle can help raise awareness of its nature and the way it works and boost confidence 3rd Module Power and Consent The theory of power that most nonviolent groups refer to can be attributed to the nonviolence theorist Gene Sharp Sharp has developed a theory of power that can serve as a framework for understanding how nonviolence works Essentially it states that the members of a society can be divided into rulers and subjects The rulers power is dependent on the goodwill decisions and support of the subjects thus political power is pluralistic and fragile Withdrawal of consent by the subjects is a way to challenge political power and let hidden structural conflicts surface 4th Module More on Power One way to oppose Gene Sharp s theory of power and consent is to highlight its naivety Consent is seen as individualistic and voluntaristic and his theory leaves out much of the complexity of political life Social structures such as capitalism patriarchy and bureaucracy are too complex to fit into the ruler subject picture Thus for the purposes of social analysis a structural approach seems more appropriate for understanding the complex dynamics of a society Nevertheless if the purpose of a theory is to provide some insights that can be used by activists and prepare a group for action then a simple and easy to apply theory serves well That s why Sharp s theory is so successful among nonviolent activists around the world This module is concerned with offering a critical approach to Sharp s theory of power and with providing different perspectives on power 5th Module Strategising for Nonviolence Whilst social movements can gain strength from the passion focus and cohesion of their members the ability to strategise their actions can also significantly increase their effectiveness Nonviolent theorists and movements have developed a number of frameworks that a group can use to build its own strategy Here we present some of these frameworks although it should be borne in mind that these are not prescriptive and any group can develop its own strategy in its own way Simplicity and participation are the two key elements rather than studying elaborate frameworks to develop the perfect strategy it s better to use simple tools that anyone can understand It s also best to do things together Activists will become active if they play a part in decision making 6th Module Nonviolence in Church Sources The Church s views on peace and

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