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conflict resolution

The resolution of potential conflicts between aircraft that have been identified by radar instructions from ATC (air traffic control) ensure that radar targets do not touch. The relevant traffic advisories are issued when this procedure is applied.
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Western approaches to conflict resolution are problematic because they concentrate on punishing the offender without concern for the potential impact of this action on the offender or his/her relationship with the community, thus ignoring the need to reintegrate these people into their communities.
'There is a growing sophistication in behaviour patterns and social relations of people in the society that appears to put a lot of demands on conflict resolution practitioners.
Therefore, the study of indigenous models for conflict resolution is crucial before proposing a peacemaking agenda for such nations.
She said like the west, eastern countries also faced the problem of fake news which should be at the centre stage of conflict resolution debate and the counterparts from media in South Asia should define some Parameters and agree on some principles in this regard.
The idea of conflict resolution is to work with the other party toward a solution, so understanding that you are part of the problem along with the other parties involved is critical, explained Jones.
Conflict resolution has got many aspects but in actuality, it refers to the specified field of endeavor of an individual, the conflict does not exist there where the individual is not aware of that.
Walker (2004) in Decolonizing Conflict Resolution: Addressing the Ontological Violence of Westernization argues that the power imbalance in the research and practice in conflict resolution perpetuates colonialism as the worldviews of others are marginalized while the hegemony of western views are upheld.
The central aim of Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding in Laos is to consider how grassroots level conflict resolution processes promote justice and maintain relationships in contexts where formal legal systems are underdeveloped.
Mohammad Akram Shaikh, an expert on conflict resolution, and member of the US Institute of Peace said that the US congress in 1984, created the US Institute of Peace aiming at preventing the violent conflicts and to facilitate the parties to resolve conflicts through dialogue and in a peaceful manner.
BAGHDAD / NINA / Reconciliation Commission and the Justice and Accountability, headed of the Committee Hisham al-Suhail organized a preparatory seminar on / conflict resolution in the conflict zones / in preparation for a conference adopts the resolution of conflicts in the liberated areas.
Kagiso is a pilot project between Queen Esther International and Peace Corps Volunteers aimed at strengthening teachers, students and dikgosi on peaceful conflict resolution to make society a better place.
Conflict resolution, otherwise known as reconciliation, is conceptualized as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict and retribution.

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