Peace and Conflict Resolution Largely Unaffected by Research
Published in Views on the News
The associate professor of Psychology and Education and Director of the International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR) writes in Psychology Today that peace and conflict resolution work is facing a crisis like medicine did in 1910: Its practitioners ignore research by universities that could make them most effective.
LINK: Are Peacemakers Helping or Harming? Conflict Resolution and the Science-Practice Gap
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