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This is a deep and globally relevant journey into conflict issues. We connect you with innovative thinkers, authors, artists, practitioners, and political leaders with provocative and empowering understandings of conflict. We challenge your perspectives and invite you to use our guests’ insights to take inspired action in your lives, neighbourhoods, and nations. Join us in exploring accessible dialogue with big ideas and big feelings. Let’s go make the world a better place!

This is a deep and globally relevant journey into conflict issues. We connect you with innovative thinkers, authors, artists, practitioners, and political leaders with provocative and empowering understandings of conflict. We challenge your perspectives and invite you to use our guests’ insights to take inspired action in your lives, neighbourhoods, and nations. Join us in exploring accessible dialogue with big ideas and big feelings. Let’s go make the world a better place!
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United States

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This is a deep and globally relevant journey into conflict issues. We connect you with innovative thinkers, authors, artists, practitioners, and political leaders with provocative and empowering understandings of conflict. We challenge your perspectives and invite you to use our guests’ insights to take inspired action in your lives, neighbourhoods, and nations. Join us in exploring accessible dialogue with big ideas and big feelings. Let’s go make the world a better place!

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English


Episodes

006: Adam Kahane: Collaborating with the Enemy

10/24/2018
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Adam Kahane is the director of Reos Partners, has worked in some of the world’s most challenging situations in more than 50 countries, and is the author of multiple books. Adam discusses lessons he’s learned from engaging in conflicts all over the world, including practical tips we can implement right away. For show notes and resources in the podcast, go to our website: www.onconflictpodcast.com

Duration:00:38:36

004: Elizabeth May: Democracy, Civility, and Conflict

10/11/2018
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Elizabeth May is the leader of the Green Party of Canada, a graduate of Dalhousie Law School, an author, and advocate for social justice. Elizabeth discusses how and when she got introduced to the climate crisis, the time when there was no politicalization around climate change, the significant benefits of proportional representation, and how to stay hopeful in such a critical time for the planet. For show notes and resources in the podcast, go to our website: www.onconflictpodcast.com

Duration:00:55:16

002: Ken Cloke: The Master Speaks

10/3/2018
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Ken Cloke is a mediator, author, and professor, and has worked in conflict resolution for 37 years. Ken discusses the three elements of political conflicts, how we can shift from ‘us versus them’ thinking patterns, practical ways to bring divided people to the table for meaningful dialogue, and our relationship to the universe. For show notes and resources in the podcast, go to our website: www.onconflictpodcast.com

Duration:00:52:06

001: Let the Conflict Begin! Meet the Hosts

9/15/2018
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Host Julia Menard and Gordon White share the whys and wherefores of the On Conflict Podcast.

Duration:00:18:41