3009, 2023

Conflict Resolution Classes for Teens

By |September 30th, 2023|Categories: Youth Programming|

Building Bridges, Not Walls: The Importance of Conflict Resolution Classes for Teens Conflict is an inevitable part of life. It arises in various forms and can occur in any setting, including schools, families, and friendships. For teenagers, who are already navigating the tumultuous period of adolescence, conflict can often feel overwhelming and confusing. However, conflict resolution classes for teens offer a valuable opportunity for young individuals to develop essential skills [...]

2509, 2023

Conflict Resolution Training for Kids: Why It’s Important and How to Implement It

By |September 25th, 2023|Categories: Youth Programming|

Conflict Resolution Training for Kids: Why It’s Important and How to Implement It As children grow up, they are bound to face conflicts with family, friends, and eventually colleagues. While conflicts are an inevitable part of life, it’s important to teach kids how to identify and resolve them effectively. Conflict resolution training for kids helps them develop the skills they need to peacefully and successfully navigate disagreements with others. [...]

2009, 2023

Youth Programs in Miami

By |September 20th, 2023|Categories: Youth Programming|

Empowering Miami's Future: Exploring Youth Programs in the Magic City Miami, known for its vibrant culture, breathtaking beaches, and bustling nightlife, is also a city that prides itself on nurturing the potential of its youth. With a rich variety of community-based organizations and initiatives, Miami offers an extensive range of youth programs that aim to empower young individuals, provide them with valuable skills, and create a brighter future for [...]

904, 2022

Conflict Identity: A Roadblock to Peace & Conflict Resolution

By |April 9th, 2022|Categories: Peace Theory|

Most individuals and groups who appear stuck in long-standing conflicts define themselves, at least in part, as “the ones who must fight.” Whether they see themselves as victims, dominants, or simply as having to struggle to survive or thrive; whether this struggle is with another party or simply within themselves (the individual's life or among group members); this attachment to an identity of struggle is their “conflict identity.” A party's [...]

904, 2022

Resolving Conflict by Recognizing the Source

By |April 9th, 2022|Categories: Peace Theory|

Conflicts are a part of everyday life; which is why human beings, and animate life in general for that matter, are natural problem-solvers. Indeed, resolving conflict occurs multiple times every day, and most human conflicts are short lived. Of course, on the other hand, some conflicts last for years, seemingly unresolvable. One reason for the latter may be due to one or multiple of the parties perceiving the other party [...]

2903, 2022

Humans’ Natural State is Peace, Not Violence

By |March 29th, 2022|Categories: Peace Theory|

I have often heard the suggestion that “people are naturally violent.” And while it is true that human beings do have an innate capacity for violent aggression, I do not believe humans are intrinsically prone to violence. That is, our natural desire is to be in a state of peace, and so our natural state should actually be said to be one of peace. Now, this is not just some [...]




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