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Cloke, Kennet (2006). The Crossroads of Conflict: A Journey into Heart of Dispute
Fisher, Ury and Patton (1991). Getting to Yes
Gerzon, Mark (2004). Leaders Beyond Borders
Lederach, John Paul (2007). The Moral Imagination
Mindell, Arnold (1995). Sitting in the Fire: Large Group Transformation Using
Schirch, Lisa. (2005). The Little Book of Strategic Peacebuilding.
Stone, Patten, Heen and Fisher (1999). Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most
Tannen, Deborah. (1999). The Argument Culture
Warren, K., Sakofs, M, & Hunt, J. S. (Eds.) (1995). The Theory of Experiential education
Gidon Bromberg, Alumni, Palestinian and Israeli Emerging Business Leaders Program. Water, Peace and the Arab Spring.
William Ury, The walk from “no” to “yes.”
Articles and Papers:
Lederach, John Paul. “Reconciliation: The Building of Relationships.” Building Peace: Sustainable Reconciliation in Divided Societies. US Institute of Peace Press, 1997.
Carstarphen, N. Zelizer, C., Harris, R. and Smith, D. (2010). “Graduate Education and Professional Practice in International Peace and Conflict.” United States Institute for Peace.
Walters, J. Todd. (2009). “Experiential Peacebuidling.” Oxford International Encyclopedia for Peace.
Walsh, V., & Golins, G. L. (1976). The Exploration of the Outward Bound process. Denver, CO: Colorado Outward Bound School.
Westlund, Stephanie (2010). Incorporating ‘the earth and skies, the winds and rocks’: nature as an active participant in conflict transformation and peacebuilding.
Outward Bound Courses in the USA
International Outward Bound courses outside of the US
Summer Peacebuilding Institute at Eastern Menonite University
University of Peace in Costa Rica Special courses
School for Field Studies
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