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  • Cuolo Village Representative - Peacebuilding
    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 Cuolo mainly has mountainous land Most families breed livestock and produce dairy products for sale on the dairy market Some families grow crops mainly deriving from vegetable gardens and orchards You are interested in obtaining livestock for breeding especially the bulls and cows the milk pasteurisation unit and the two Mitsubishi vans useful for transporting goods and people to the city market Red hot chilli peppers seeds and apple trees would also be needed To help you decide what you want with a total of 100 points you have assigned 25 points for the pregnant cows 10 points for the bulls 10 points for the sheep 15 points for the milk pasteurisation unit 25 points for the Mitsubishi vans 5 points for the chilli pepper seeds 10 points for the apple trees You cannot reveal the above information to other village representatives You can tell them what s most important for you and

    Original URL path: http://peacebuilding.caritas.org/index.php/Cuolo_Village_Representative (2016-02-13)
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  • Rules - Peacebuilding
    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 meet each other the agencies can actually meet Bilateral meetings last a maximum of two minutes Trilateral

    Original URL path: http://peacebuilding.caritas.org/index.php/Rules (2016-02-13)
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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

    Original URL path: http://peacebuilding.caritas.org/index.php/Fargo_Village_Representative (2016-02-13)
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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

    Original URL path: http://peacebuilding.caritas.org/index.php/Emotions_in_Negotiation (2016-02-13)
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  • And Then, How Do We Proceed - Peacebuilding
    parents knocking at the door and asking to talk with him make it crispy IV After the role play discuss with participants and volunteers Questions you might use at this stage include How do you feel about what happened both to volunteers and the rest of participants What has actually happened here When have things changed Who made an important contribution towards conciliation How What did s he do exactly What have you learned from this role play How do you manage a situation like this How does this apply to your reality V After discussion ask if there are other volunteers who wish to role play the same situation a second time If yes repeat the III and IV step of the process Source Adapted from an activity suggested by Juan Ignacio CardonaO Pbro and Mons Hector Fabio Henao of Caritas Colombia Handout Andrew a 16 year old young man has asked his parents to let him go to a party he wants to attend at his best friend s house Since he is in the middle of his school exams and his marks have gone down both his mother and his father do not want him to go there as he will probably come back late and will not be ready for his exam on Monday early in the morning After his parents told him he cannot go to the party Andrew answered that he is being treated like a kid and that they do not let him decide He said that he knows what is best for him and what he shall do with this life He has left the kitchen furiously and locked up in his room Cecile and Bernard his parents are worried with the situation They decide to seat and negotiate with their son

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  • Brainstorming on Confrontation to Cooperation - Peacebuilding
    Participants 2 to many Can be difficult with over 25 30 participants Time Quick even 5 10 minutes or longer if needed Materials Flip chart papers Markers Process I Write these questions on the flip chart How can you turn confrontation into cooperation How can you transform conflicts to be fought into problems to be solved II Turn the questions to participants Stimulate participation quantity is more important than quality Write all emerging ideas on the flip chart If necessary use more papers and tie written papers on the wall in order to be visible to everybody III Stimulate discussions between the participants different views Note This is a brainstorming session as a facilitator you should limit yourself in exercising judgement on ideas expressed by participants Every idea is welcome and must be written down Retrieved from http peacebuilding caritas org index php Brainstorming on Confrontation to Cooperation Categories ACTIVITY NEGOTIATION Views Page Discussion View source History 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 Spanish version Contact us Caritas website Donate online My collection Add page Show collection 1

    Original URL path: http://peacebuilding.caritas.org/index.php/Brainstorming_on_Confrontation_to_Cooperation (2016-02-13)
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  • Ergo Village Representative - Peacebuilding
    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 Ergo is in a very beautiful location Part of the land is intensively cultivated but there are also large areas of pastureland Most of the fields produce corn as well as some fruit A number of families breed livestock cows and sheep The village only has one tractor that serves all the families needs but it is in bad condition Most of all you need the tractor it would be a great asset for the village Cows and sheep would also be important Corn and pumpkin seeds together with fertiliser are needed to You have a minor interest in chilli pepper seeds and apple trees The other items are not of interest to you To help you decide what you want with a total of 100 points you have assigned 15 points for the fertiliser 5 points for the chilli pepper seeds 10 points for the pumpkin seeds 15 points for the corn seed 5 points for the apple trees 30 points for the tractor 15 points

    Original URL path: http://peacebuilding.caritas.org/index.php/Ergo_Village_Representative (2016-02-13)
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  • And Then, How Should We Proceed - Peacebuilding
    Andrew is locked in his room with his parents knocking on the door and asking to talk with him Keep it brisk IV After the role play discuss with participants and volunteers Questions you might ask at this stage include How do you feel about what happened ask both volunteers and the rest of the participants What actually happened here When did things change Who made an important contribution towards reconciliation How What did s he do exactly What have you learned from this role play How do you manage a situation like this How does this apply to your everyday reality V After discussion ask if any other volunteers wish to role play the same situation a second time If so repeat steps III and IV of the procedure Source Adapted from an activity suggested by Father Juan Ignacio Cardona and Monsignor Hector Fabio Henao from Caritas Colombia Handout Andrew a 16 year old young man has asked his parents to let him go to a party he wants to attend at his best friend s house Since he s in the middle of his school exams and his marks have gone down neither his mother nor his father want him to go there as he ll probably come back late and won t be ready for his exam early on Monday morning After his parents told him he couldn t go to the party Andrew replied that he was being treated like a kid and that they weren t letting him decide He said he knows what s best for him and what he ll do with this life He left the kitchen in a rage and locked himself in his room His parents Cecile and Bernard are worried about the situation They decide to sit down and

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