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A North Carolina-based nursery corporation is set to pay $12,500, as well as provide other relief, to settle a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) regarding religious discrimination. Cottie Strawberry Nursery, Inc., the company in question, has been in the business of growing and distributing fruits and vegetables for over 50...

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You may not consider your coworkers to be close friends or confidants, and yet you tend to spend more time with them throughout the week than with your own family. This means arguments and disagreements are bound to come up, especially with the added pressure of work. Dealing with disagreements in the workplace is not...

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Everyone, at one time or another, has faced some kind of conflict while on the job. Whether it’s with management, customers, vendors, or your colleagues, working in stressful conditions with different personalities chasing different agendas is all the tinder the fire usually needs. Confronting conflict in the workplace can be challenging because professional responsibilities and...

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The spending package for the 2020 U.S. budget included an exciting focus on worldwide peacebuilding: the Global Fragility Act. What Is It? The Global Fragility Act was introduced in hopes that it will provide an approach to preventing conflict that will include all aspects of the U.S. government. Areas in conflicts, especially violent ones, can...

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Summary of: Rothbart, D., & Allen, S. (2018). Building peace through systemic compassion. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, Volume 36, 373-386. DOI: 10.1002/crq.21249 Background & Theory This article focuses on the systems of positive emotions, with a specific focus on compassion, and its uses in peacebuilding practices. The authors evaluate the basis for human rights, peacebuilding practices,...

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We pride ourselves on having an incredible team here at Pollack Peacebuilding Systems, and so we decided to do a spotlight blog series that will feature all of the cool things our team is up to. The first interview was with Henry Yampolsky, one of our consultants who leads a yoga and mindfulness-based peacebuilding training...

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Violence is a heartbreaking reality in our world. Rates of people killed in violent conflict are 10 times higher than they were in 2005, according to the United Nations. These statistics are scary, but there are groups of people around the world devoting their time and resources to building lasting world peace. A group of...

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Summary of: Fuentes-Julio, C. & Ibrahim, R. (2019). A human rights approach to conflict resolution. Ethics and International Affairs, 33, Issue 3, 261-273. Background & Theory Commonly thought of as two different areas that hold fundamental differences, the benefits of combining a human rights approach with a conflict resolution approach to solving conflict is often...

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