Relationships and Conflict

Resources focused on creating partnerships and leading through conflict using empathy and trust. Click here for a more detailed description.
Rethinking Conflict

Rethinking Conflict was founded in 2015 by the Rev. Dr. Gary Mason. The organization seeks to model the principles of the historic Good Friday Agreement. It delivers this through building peace and reconciliation at the sharper, more fractured edges of society.

Spirituality of Conflict
Spirituality of Conflict is a website dedicated to reading the gospel texts through the lens of conflict and reading conflict through the lens of the gospel texts. They publish reflections for the gospel reading of every Sunday for the three-year lectionary cycle. 
Nonviolent Communication by Marshall B. Rosenberg
Nonviolent communication (abbreviated NVC, also called compassionate communication or collaborative communication) is an approach to communication based on principles of nonviolence. It is not a technique to end disagreements, but rather a method designed to increase empathy and improve the quality of life of those who utilize the method and the people around them.
Lombard Mennonite Peace Center
LMPC programs and resources address ways of resolving conflicts and building healthier relationships in many settings. Having the skills to function effectively in emotionally intense, conflicted situations is important for everyone, especially those of who are leaders.

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