Knowledge and practice of peacemaking

Date01 June 2019
Published date01 June 2019
Knowledge and practice of peacemaking
This issue of Conflict Resolution Quarterly includes information designed to enhance the knowledge
and practice of peacemaking in a variety of venues, from the courts, to cist-wide efforts to reduce
human trafficking, to methods for keeping non-violent protests from actually becoming violent or
resulting in violent backlashes.
In their article, Neil Katz and his co-authors share practical advice from seasoned conflict resolu-
tion practitioners, including information about how they got started and what advice they have for
young practitioners.
Lastly, spanning application areas, Rothbart and Allen examine the use of systemic compassion
to assist in the resolution of conflict from the international to the interpersonal level.
Be sure to read outside of your area of expertise or practice. Each of these articles contains useful
information for practitioners and researches of peacebuilding, mediation and conflict resolution more
Susan S. Raines PhD,
Kennesaw State University, School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development
DOI: 10.1002/crq.21257
© 2019 Association for Conflict Resolution and Wiley Periodicals, Inc.
Conflict Resolution Quarterly. 2019;36:277. 277

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