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Exploring Relational Practices in Peacebuilding, Mediation and Conflict Transformation: From the Intimate to the International

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Exploring Relational Practices in Peacebuilding, Mediation and Conflict Transformation: From the Intimate to the International

Time: November 14, 2012 at 5pm to November 17, 2012 at 10pm
Location: The Bahia Conference Center, Mission Bay
City/Town: San Diego, CA,
Website or Map: http://www.taosinstitute.net/…
Phone: 440-338-6733
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Dawn Dole
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2012

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The Taos Institute invites you to join us as we explore relational practices that change lives. Practitioners, academics and community members will come together to share and create new forms of practice for peacebuilding informed by social construction. We will feature relational, collaborative, and appreciative practices for conflict transformation and mediation in families, organizations, communities, and the world.

There could not be a more important moment for this gathering. As inequality, interpersonal violence, community conflict, environmental demise, political unrest, terrorism, and general global unease proliferate, it becomes increasingly important for us to share and expand our relational resources to create peacebuilding opportunities among people, communities, and nations.

Participants will develop and share ways of moving from conflict-saturated relations to collaborations across divides of meaning. Our time together will both educate and bring to life new forms of practice and new projects large and small that inspire innovative ways of going on together.

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Comment by Jan Hearthstone on September 12, 2012 at 10:54pm

Lasting world peace can never come to being if we don't have an idea what the state of "lasting world peace" should look like.

We have to unify and harmonize all of our individual ideas of what such a state of affairs in the whole world should look like first, before we can attempt to achieve "lasting world peace".

More in " Designing a Lasting World Peace Together" - http://www.modelearth.org/peace.html

Thank you, Mr. Jan Hearthstone.

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