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Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion

Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion

Media credit: Seton Hall University
This winter, Seton Hall's Center for Peace and Conflict Studies hosted a delegation of officers from Zurich's Center for Security Studies, who challenged the Seton Hall community to reimagine conflict resolution approaches. Representing the Program on Cultural and Religion in Mediation (CARIM), Cora Alder, Owen Frazer, and Dr. Emanuel Schäublin lead an interactive discussion with over sixty students on how conflicts with religious dimensions pose particular challenges for mediation.
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