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Why Conflict Resolution is the Key in a Changing World

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You are invited to a free talk in the Sinews of Sustainable Development Distinguished Speakers Series presented by the RSDP and the Centre for Industrial Sustainability.

Conflict resolution is a dynamic decision-making process, in which the resolution of the problem is obtained by making a series of interdependent decisions to adapt to the changing realities, interests, and relationships between the conflicting parties. Conflict and its resolution occur at many levels: between individuals, organizations, and societies. What is the role of conflict resolution in driving the global agenda for resilience and sustainable development? What needs to happen to achieve a resolution in the protracted conflicts such as the Syrian or Palestinian or Ukrainian one? Are the commercial interests to maintain these conflicts unresolved?

Discussants will challenge and debate on the roles of the conflict resolution in the context of resilience and sustainable development.

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