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  • Rules - Peacebuilding
    If the other party agrees to meet you they must respond by placing a meeting card in the box For example if RDAF wants to meet FAVOW they put a blue card in the box if FAVOW agrees to meet them they put a red card in the box If RDAF wants to meet both the other parties they must put a blue and a green card in the box FAVOW agrees by putting a red and a green card in the box and MOSD agrees with a blue and a green one 4 What goes in the box stays in the box When one party asks to meet another party or parties and is refused the negotiation card is considered played It stays in the box and cannot be recovered This happens in both bilateral and trilateral negotiations 5 White deal cards In addition each agency is given two white deal cards The deal card is used when an agency feels it has reached an agreement with one or both parties The corresponding deal card from the other agency must follow For example if RDAF believes it has reached an agreement with FAVOW they must write the deal on a deal card and put it in the box FAVOW must follow with a corresponding deal card reporting the deal with RDAF If that doesn t happen RDAF has lost a deal card Another example if RDAF believes it has reached an agreement with both FAVOW and MOSD it must write the agreement on a deal card and put it in the box FAVOW and MOSD must follow with their deal cards if the deal to be valid If the content on the deal cards in the box differs there is no agreement 6 The actual meetings After agreeing to

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    500 kg of best quality corn seed 50 apple trees 1 large 800 hp Fiat tractor 4 Lamborghini 50 hp power cultivators 2 Mitsubishi vans for transporting people or goods 60 pregnant cows 3 bulls 50 sheep A milk pasteurisation unit The Caritas representative has said she wants us the village representatives to decide how to distribute the goods among ourselves with only one condition each item on the list cannot be divided between different villages e g 500 kg of corn can be assigned to one village only and may not be divided among two or more villages If you and the representatives of the other four villages cannot reach unanimous agreement Caritas will sell the goods on the free market at whatever price it feels reasonable donate half the money to a charity organisation from another district and distribute the remainder in equal parts to the five villages Your interests Your village Fargo is not in a wonderful spot It s quite far from the river and some fields are cultivated and others are pastureland but your main income derives from trading services with the neighbouring villages Mostly you need the milk pasteurisation unit Several surrounding villages that breed cattle would be interested in pasteurisation facilities You could charge them for the service and do good business The tractor vans and power cultivators would be useful as you could rent them to people from neighbouring villages or directly have Fargo villagers ploughing their land and using the vans as taxis Bulls could be used to inseminate cattle from surrounding villages To help you decide what you want with a total of 100 points you have assigned 30 points for the milk pasteurisation unit 20 points for the tractor 15 points for the power cultivators 20 points for the

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  • Fargo Village Representative - Peacebuilding
    trees 1 large 800 hp Fiat tractor 4 Lamborghini 50 hp power cultivators 2 Mitsubishi vans for transporting people or goods 60 pregnant cows 3 bulls 50 sheep A milk pasteurisation unit The Caritas representative has said she wants us the village representatives to decide how to distribute the goods among ourselves with only one condition each item on the list cannot be divided between different villages e g 500 kg of corn can be assigned to one village only and may not be divided among two or more villages If you and the representatives of the other four villages cannot reach unanimous agreement Caritas will sell the goods on the free market at whatever price it feels reasonable donate half the money to a charity organisation from another district and distribute the remainder in equal parts to the five villages Your interests Your village Fargo is not in a wonderful spot It s quite far from the river and some fields are cultivated and others are pastureland but your main income derives from trading services with the neighbouring villages Mostly you need the milk pasteurisation unit Several surrounding villages that breed cattle would be interested in pasteurisation facilities You could charge them for the service and do good business The tractor vans and power cultivators would be useful as you could rent them to people from neighbouring villages or directly have Fargo villagers ploughing their land and using the vans as taxis Bulls could be used to inseminate cattle from surrounding villages To help you decide what you want with a total of 100 points you have assigned 30 points for the milk pasteurisation unit 20 points for the tractor 15 points for the power cultivators 20 points for the vans 15 points for bulls You cannot reveal the

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  • Fargo Village Representative - Peacebuilding
    hot chilli pepper seeds 400 kg of pumpkin seeds 500 kg of best quality corn seed 50 apple trees 1 large 800 hp Fiat tractor 4 Lamborghini 50 hp power cultivators 2 Mitsubishi vans for transporting people or goods 60 pregnant cows 3 bulls 50 sheep A milk pasteurisation unit The Caritas representative has said she wants us the village representatives to decide how to distribute the goods among ourselves with only one condition each item on the list cannot be divided between different villages e g 500 kg of corn can be assigned to one village only and may not be divided among two or more villages If you and the representatives of the other four villages cannot reach unanimous agreement Caritas will sell the goods on the free market at whatever price it feels reasonable donate half the money to a charity organisation from another district and distribute the remainder in equal parts to the five villages Your interests Your village Fargo is not in a wonderful spot It s quite far from the river and some fields are cultivated and others are pastureland but your main income derives from trading services with the neighbouring villages Mostly you need the milk pasteurisation unit Several surrounding villages that breed cattle would be interested in pasteurisation facilities You could charge them for the service and do good business The tractor vans and power cultivators would be useful as you could rent them to people from neighbouring villages or directly have Fargo villagers ploughing their land and using the vans as taxis Bulls could be used to inseminate cattle from surrounding villages To help you decide what you want with a total of 100 points you have assigned 30 points for the milk pasteurisation unit 20 points for the tractor 15

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  • View source - Peacebuilding
    I Write the sentence emotions in negotiation in capital letters on the flip chart II Ask participants to come up with ideas related to that sentence anything Stimulate participation quantity is more important than quality Write all emerging ideas on the flip chart If necessary use more papers and stick written papers on the wall III Discuss with participants based on ideas emerged IV Then divide a flip chart page in 2 parts with a vertical line Write positive on the left column and negative on the right one V Ask participants to come up with examples of positive and negative emotions that might be felt when negotiating Report these on the flip chart VI Focusing on the emotions identified by participants boost discussion Questions you can use include Why do you think that this is a negative or positive emotion How is it likely to affect negotiation What can be done to deal with this emotion Note You can separate this activity in two parts and play these at different times during the workshop The first part of the activity includes steps I to III of the process the second part includes steps IV to VI Category ACTIVITY Category

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  • Revision history of "Emotions in Negotiation" - Peacebuilding
    1 640 bytes New page Purpose To explore participants ideas about emotions in negotiation Participants At least 2 participants it can be complicate with a group of over 25 30 participants Latest Earliest View newer 50 older 50 20 50 100 250 500 Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Emotions in Negotiation Views Page Discussion View source History Personal tools 91 105 69 17 Talk for this IP

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  • Pages that link to "Emotions in Negotiation" - Peacebuilding
    pages link to Emotions in Negotiation View previous 50 next 50 20 50 100 250 500 5th Module How emotions play in negotiation links Category ACTIVITY links Category NEGOTIATION links Contents 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 Log in create account Navigation Homepage

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  • Emotions in Negotiation - Peacebuilding
    letters on the flip chart II Ask participants to come up with ideas related to that sentence anything Stimulate participation quantity is more important than quality Write all emerging ideas on the flip chart If necessary use more papers and stick written papers on the wall III Discuss with participants based on ideas emerged IV Then divide a flip chart page in 2 parts with a vertical line Write positive on the left column and negative on the right one V Ask participants to come up with examples of positive and negative emotions that might be felt when negotiating Report these on the flip chart VI Focusing on the emotions identified by participants boost discussion Questions you can use include Why do you think that this is a negative or positive emotion How is it likely to affect negotiation What can be done to deal with this emotion Note You can separate this activity in two parts and play these at different times during the workshop The first part of the activity includes steps I to III of the process the second part includes steps IV to VI Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Emotions in Negotiation Categories

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