Authors: Mari Fitzduff and Sue Williams
Published by: Independently published
Publication date: January 2019
If you’re interested in helping to solve societal and global conflicts, then you will find this book to be an invaluable resource. Dialogue in Divided Societies is written by two of the leading practitioners in the field of peacebuilding, and offers theories and exercises that have been tried and tested in some of the most challenging conflicts around the world.
The 101 exercises contained in this book will help to stimulate productive dialogue and navigate sensitive issues such as social exclusion, prejudice and discrimination, societal inequalities, distrustful relationships, issues of justice, sectarianism, racism and violence. Effective in both formal and informal situations, these exercises can be used with local, national or international
groups. They are designed to increase understanding and lead to sustainable agreements about what can facilitate more peaceful societies.
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