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Those engaged in faith-based work in religious institutions and nonprofit organizations contend with conflict on many levels: interpersonal, institutional, community and in larger systems of oppression. It is crucial that leaders are equipped with the knowledge and skills to not only navigate conflict, but engage with it as a transformational process.
This course is a response to the experience of destructive conflict in religious institutions and in the world, as well as the experience of religion as both a source of conflict, and a resource for peace.
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Students will articulate and practice what is needed to prepare themselves and support others for engaging conflict as a transformational process.
Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of conflict dynamics in complex systems
Students will articulate and practice ways of facilitating conflict transformation
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