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Hosted by Thomas Hübl, this episode of the Collective Trauma Online Summit highlights some of William Ury's experiences over the decades in helping war-ravaged societies overcome their collective trauma to reach common goals of peace and prosperity.
Tourism not terrorism rules
A sunrise view over the Dead Sea. Albert Friesen
When we first started telling people that we were going to hike in the West Bank, Palestine, they were incredulous.
You’re going where? You’re doing what?
Over a 3 week period, starting in Rummana at the northern Israeli/ Palestine border and ending in Beit Mirsim southwest of Hebron, the 330 km trail would take us over rocky hills and mountains, through green and fertile canyons, along olive groves and flowering pastures, across vast and dry deserts, each of these landscapes stunning and unique.
The next comment we often heard was one of fear….aren’t you ...
What do you do when talks are going nowhere?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., center, speaks as she stands next to Senate Minority Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer of N.Y., left, and Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., right, following their meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Amid the weekslong government shutdown, William Ury, co-author of the book "Getting to Yes," a classic in the art and science of negotiations and diplomacy, has some advice for President Trump and Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress.
William Ury, cofundador do Programa de Negociação de Harvard, afirma que a negociação é o principal meio para a tomada de decisões na vida contemporânea. A chamada Revolução da Negociação tem grande efeito sobre nossas relações, pessoais ou profissionais, e até na segurança do nosso mundo. Conheça as três chaves fundamentais para uma boa negociação!
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Discover the Most Common Obstacle in Successful Negotiation
Growing up during the Cold War years, in the shadow of a nuclear threat, William Ury couldn’t understand why humans were prepared to risk everything for the sake of conflict. Since then, his passion has been conflict resolution and it’s taken him to the Oval Office, to ethnic wars, to crippling coal mine strikes, and to boardrooms. Surprisingly, he thinks the world actually needs more conflict.
Conflict is in the nature of things, to deal with injustice. And so we need to surface the injustices. The question is not whether to have conflict or no conflict, the question is what kind of ...
In this video by Sophia Learning, Marlene Johnson introduces the basic principles of the Third Side.
We can all play a role in helping defuse even the most bitter conflicts. Veteran negotiator William Ury shares his hard-won insights.
My passion in life is helping people and societies to move from no to yes. As a negotiator, mediator and cofounder of the Program on Negotiation at Harvard University, I’ve spent more than four decades traveling the world and getting involved in some of the most difficult conflicts of our time, from the Cold War to the Middle East.
One of my favorite negotiation stories is about a man who leaves his herd of 17 camels to his three sons as their inheritance. To the first son, he leaves half the camels; to the middle ...
Abraham Path: Can Tourism Alleviate Poverty and Boost Shared Prosperity?
- A walking path that follows the historic route of Abraham, a central figure in Christianity, Judaism and Islam offers both a more meaningful type of tourism and an innovative approach to development
- More than 4,000 people have hiked the trail since 2008, which allows walkers to visit areas outside the cultural mainstream and engage more closely with local populations, all the while creating business opportunities for marginalized communities; especially women and young people
- With a grant from the State and Peacebuilding Fund, the World Bank is ...