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The interventions will: (1) increase economic and employment opportunities; (2) improve access to community justice services and alternative dispute resolution methods; (3) strengthen non-violent conflict resolution skills amongst individuals and groups within communities; and (4) improve the Government of Jamaica s capacity to deliver essential services to vulnerable communities.
Both sides have engaged in the second phase of the mediation--the creation of a roadmap to guarantee non-violent conflict resolution between the sides in the future.
This year, the Mediation Programhas the additional goal of training participating students to act as Peer Mediators for the school and to aid their fellow students in non-violent conflict resolution.
Most also pay close attention to non-violent conflict resolution.
Why can't we in Wales be at the forefront of training in non-violent conflict resolution, in preventing violence at home and abroad?
Consequently, they are more likely than men to employ non-violent conflict resolution (Sweetman, 2005), as Professor Hansungule observes:
Thirdly: Since these women are working in a feminist network, they are not only teaching peace in the shape of non-violent conflict resolution, they are also teaching their peers the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security.
His dogged commitment to non-violent conflict resolution has been steadfast and constant.