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PACS: Conflict Transformation Fundamentals: The Role of Conflict in Relationships and Basic Human Needs

Hours: 1.5

Recent changes in our normal modes of living and working have stretched our normal resources for dealing with stress. This overload has in turn contributed to a rise in conflict.

The Center for Peace & Conflict Studies invites the ACC community to join us for a 5-part, biweekly webinar series as we discuss conflict within a framework of justice and an understanding of power imbalances, help you gain self-knowledge, and practice essential skills for dealing with conflict.

The webinar series will actively engage participants via real-time exercises, cohort processing (such as pair & share, group share), and provide opportunities for sustained engagement via a moderated community blog hosted on ACC’s Center for Peace & Conflicts Studies website.

What to Expect

● Five biweekly webinars (you may register for one or more sessions)

● 1.5 hours of PD credit ​for each session,

● Each session is limited to 20 registrants

● Co-facilitated by Charlotte Gullick, Shirin Khosropour, and Grant Potts,

● Opportunities for sustained engagement via a moderated community blog hosted on the PACS website.

This first session in the series will explore:

The Role of Conflict in Relationships and Basic Human Needs

a. Examine the role of conflict in relationships from intrapersonal to intergroup

b. Define basic human needs and how they contribute to conflict

c. Define power imbalances and how they contribute to conflict

Registrants will receive information regarding how to join this online session via email.


 
Date Time Location Presenter
 
06/11/20201:00pm-2:15pmOnlineShirin C. Khosropour 

 
 

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