The list below contains online resources to organizations and opportunities to work within the Conflict Resolution field.
Association for Conflict Resolution
The association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is a professional organization dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution.
Initially created by a team of more than 200 distinguished scholars and practitioners from around the world, the Beyond Intractability Knowledge Base is built around an online “encyclopedia” with easy-to-understand essays on almost 400 topics. These essays explain the many dynamics which determine the course of conflict along with available options for promoting more constructive approaches.
The “executive summary” level material provided with each essay is backed up by several thousand citations to recommended sources of more in-depth information from printed books and articles and other web pages. Over a hundred hours of online interviews with more than 70 leading conflict scholars and intermediaries are also available.
Campus Conflict Resolution Resources
The primary objective of the Campus Conflict Resolution Resources project (Campus-adr.org) is to significantly increase administrator, faculty, staff and student awareness of, access to, and use of conflict resolution information specifically tailored to the higher education context. The project came into being thanks to seed funds from the Conflict Resolution Information Source project followed by a major 3-year grant from the federal Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).
Conflict Resolution Education
People around the globe have started embracing conflict resolution as a key component of a quality education. We invite you to use this site to explore some of the wide array of available materials that support conflict resolution education (CRE as we like to call it). Perhaps you might even contribute some content after you get to know us and see areas of need that you can help fill.
CR Info: The Conflict Resolution Information Source
This site is a free service, funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. As a “linking” site, our staff of editors maintains a keyword-coded catalog of over 20,000 Web, print, and organizational resources, as well as event listings and other conflict resolution-related resources.
Exploring Humanitarian Law
The Exploring Humanitarian Law curriculum gives teachers easy-to-use materials to help students understand the rules governing war and their impact on human life and dignity.
The European Centre for Conflict Prevention
This is a non-governmental organization that promotes effective conflict prevention and peacebuilding strategies and actively supports and connects people who work for peace worldwide. The ECCP is the Global Secretariat of the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), which most of ECCP’s activities currently center on. GPPAC is a world-wide civil society-led network which aims to build a new international consensus on peacebuilding and the prevention of violent conflict. It was established in 2003 in response to the call of former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan in his Report on the Prevention of Armed Conflict (2001). GPPAC strengthens civil society networks for peace and security by linking local, national, regional, and global levels of action and provides an effective vehicle for engagement with governments, the UN system, and regional organizations. Click on “Databases” on the left-hand menu for helpful resources and links.
Idealist is a project of Action Without Borders, a nonprofit organization founded in 1995 with offices in the United States and Argentina. Idealist is an interactive site where people and organizations can exchange resources and ideas, locate opportunities and supporters, and take steps toward building a world where all people can lead free and dignified lives. With Idealist, you can: Find-people, organizations, groups, jobs, volunteer opportunities, events, and more; Sign up-receive daily alerts with new opportunities matching your interests, create a personal profile to network with other Idealists; Share-invite friends and colleagues to join us here; Follow this story-read our blog, listen to our podcasts, get an RSS feed of any search result on the site; Post-list your organization on Idealist and post opportunities, program information, events, and more; Join-find or start an Affinity Group to connect with others; Link-display content from Idealist on your website; Explore-learn about community action, nonprofits, and more in our resource centers; Attend-graduate school fairs for the public good and global volunteering fairs; Donate-make a contribution to support this work.
Multi door dispute resolution division
The name “Multi-Door” comes from the multi-door courthouse concept, which envisions one courthouse with multiple dispute resolution doors or programs. Cases are referred through the appropriate door for resolution. The goals of a multi-door approach are to provide residents with easy access to justice, reduce delay, and provide referrals to related services, making more options available through which disputes can be resolved. The Multi-Door Dispute Resolution Division of the DC Superior Court assists parties to reach agreements that meet their interests, preserve relationships, and save time and money. Our mediators and dispute resolution specialists are trained at Multi-Door to serve in a wide range of cases, from civil to small claims, to family.