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Conflict/Dispute Resolution

Association for Conflict Resolution - The Association for Conflict Resolution (a merged organization of AFM, CREnet and SPIDR) is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution.

Conflict Resolution Information Source (CRInfo) - The Conflict Resolution Information Source (CRInfo) is a cooperative effort to strengthen the conflict field's information infrastructure, funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. 

Conflict Management in Higher Education - The CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION REPORT is intended to be a free, bimonthly online periodical serving higher education constituencies interested in conflict management.

Conflict Research Consortium - The Conflict Research Consortium is a multidisciplinary program of research, teaching, and application, focused on finding more constructive ways of addressing difficult, long-term, and intractable conflicts, and getting that information to the people involved in these conflicts so that they can approach them in a more constructive way. A joint university-community program, the Consortium unites researchers, educators, and practitioners from many fields for the purposes of theory-building, testing, disseminating, and applying new conflict management techniques.

Conflict Resolution Center International - Conflict Resolution Center International is a non-profit center promoting non-violent conflict resolution. CRCI is home of one of the largest libraries on conflict and dispute resolution; continually added to and now on-line for easy access

CPR Institute for Dispute Resolution - Founded in 1979 as the Center for Public Resources, CPR's mission is to install alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, into the mainstream of corporate law department and law firm practice - to make the legal profession the preferred delivery system of ADR . To fulfill its mission, CPR is engaged in an integrated agenda of research and development, education, advocacy and dispute resolution.

International Online Training Program on Intractable Conflict - a major, new, full-text program with approximately 1000 pages of material

National Association for Community Mediation - The National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) is a membership organization comprised of community mediation centers, their staff and volunteer mediators, and other individuals and organizations interested in the community mediation movement. Membership benefits include funding possibilities, networking, research, publications, a membership directory, and more. From coast to coast and beyond, NAFCM enjoys a unique position as the only national non-profit organization dedicated solely to community-based mediation programs.

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