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Newsletter # 19 -- Sept 4, 2018

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We still haven't been adding new posts over the last few weeks as we've been traveling, but we have added several Conflict Frontiers posts and a lot of BI in Context Posts which are included below.

Conflict Frontiers Seminar

  • See the Complexity It's not Just "Us versus Them" -- Parties, issues, dynamics, power, and relationships are among the conflict elements one must clearly understand. -- July 25, 2018
  • Map the Basic Conflict Elements -- Conflict mapping lets you see what's going on in a conflict, so you can figure out how to engage to have the most positive impact. -- July 26, 2018
  • Identify the Core Issues -- Wonder why conflict mapping matters?  This video shows how it can totally change your approach to a conflict.- -- July 27, 2018

Beyond Intractability in Context Blog

Things YOU Can Do To Help Blog

  • No new posts since last newsletter.

Conflict Fundamentals Seminar

  • No new posts since last newsletter

BI Newsletters - General Announcements

Every two weeks or so, we will compile posts from the Frontiers Seminar, the Fundamentals Seminar, the Things Everyone Can Do to Help Blog, and theBeyond Intractability in Context Blog into a Newsletter that will be posted here and sent out by email to subscribers. You can sign up to receive your copy on our Newsletter Sign Up Page and find the latest newsletter as well as all past newsletters here on our Newsletter page.

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