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University of Texas at Dallas

Publication Date

Spring 2006

Program Name

Morocco: Culture and Society

Abstract

As the world is searching for more effective methods and implementation of conflict resolution, it becomes increasingly important to consider the traditional uses of mediation and current efforts at training in communities, organizations, and the government. The purpose of this case study is to describe the role of mediation as a form of conflict resolution for several groups in Morocco as well as to analyze the prospect for more effective formal mediation in the future through training mechanisms from observations and interviews with current and future leaders throughout Morocco.

Disciplines

Peace and Conflict Studies

 

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