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Resolving Conflict
<Basic skills for Resolving Conflict for community youth group

Introduction: Welcome to Resolving Conflict – basic skills for community youth groups. In this topic we will explore basic techniques design to facilitate the resolution of conflict at both and individual and a group level. Topic learning outcomes: When you have worked through this topic, you should be able to:  Describe and apply the principles and practice of conflict resolution  Develop workable strategies towards resolving conflict when agreements cannot be reached by consensus. Dealing with conflict:There are basically three approaches to dealing with conflict we face in any social situation: 1. Conflict Prevention: This is a process by which individuals and groups select from wider range of actions, intervention, programmes, activities, mechanisms and procedures that can be used to prevent destructive and potentially violent conflict. These may be used at any stage prior to conflict taking place. 2. Conflict Transformation: This is a process by which a conflict is changed in a creative way to become a constructive and functional process. 3. Conflict Resolution: This is a process of finding a long-lasting solution to a conflict, by using the situation to address each party’s interests to the extent where both sides are satisfied with the outcome. Ending conflict:It was argued that there are only three basic approaches to ending conflict: 1. The use of power: The ‘might is right’ approach, which is so familiar to us all that it ends up widely regarded as legitimate, is an approach that rarely produces outcomes that are satisfactory to all parties. 2. The application of rights or standards: The use of legislation and the law courts to moderate the force of power-based decision-making is grounded in moral principles that decision should always be made on merit of a particular situation rater than on relative power of the participants. 3. Agreement: Conflicting parties get together to work something out by finding an option that is mutually agreeable. These outcomes tend to be functional, because the parties themselves have contributed their perspectives to the process and see the benefits of carrying out the decision. >

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Re: Kindly accept our heartfelt thanks for joining this eL4C54 WikiEducator Online Workshop. Hope you shall join us for future programmes too!--Ramesh Sharma, PhD 12:15, 6 July 2013 (UTC)

(Comment.gif: Hello, Please update the information on your userpage. From the edits it seems you could not work on your pages. Hope you are not facing any difficulty. if so, pl do let us know.Warm Wishes.--Ramesh Sharma, PhD 09:19, 5 July 2013 (UTC))

(Comment.gif: Hello Andre, You are very welcome to this eL4C54 Online workshop. Dr Gita Mathur, Dr Pankaj Khare and me are your facilitators and will help you in developing your page. Enjoy this workshop and do not hesitate to ask for help. You can either leave a message on our user pages or email us. Best Wishes.--R C Sharma, PhD 09:47, 26 June 2013 (UTC) )

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