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Curriculum Development & Delivery

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African Community and Economic Development of New England (ACEDONE)

Semester: 2012 Fall

Project Type: Conflict Analysis, Curriculum Development & Delivery, Facilitated Dialogue

Students: Michael Robertson and Andrew Sullivan

ACEDONE was founded in 2002 to provide support to Boston’s East African community and families as they integrate into American society. Tensions between old world and new can exacerbate the already challenging teen/parent relationship. ACEDONE has enlisted HNMCP to report on the underlying causes of such tensions in the Somali community, and to recommend techniques and develop a curriculum for effective conflict management.… More

Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation

Semester: 2008 Spring

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Rene Pfromm & Ines Wu

Develop a negotiation training for a genocide prevention workshop… More

Better Future Project

Semester: 2013 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Brittany Williams and Alex Civetta

The Better Future Project’s “Divest for Our Future” campaign aims to persuade college and university presidents and boards to immediately freeze any new investment in fossil fuel companies, and divest from direct or indirect ownership of fossil fuel stocks and bonds within five years. HNMCP students will assess the challenges of this context and develop a training and related resources to help activists more effectively engage stakeholders about addressing the impact of fossil fuels.… More

Consensus Building Institute

Semester: 2007 Spring

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students:

Develop facilitation expertise for NGOs… More

Consensus Building Institute

Semester: 2009 Spring

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Stephanie Early & Mohamed Faizal

‘Translate’ a standard negotiation training to make it more readily understandable in a different cultural and socioeconomic context.… More

FAIR Fund/Dru Campaign

Semester: 2007 Spring

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery, Stakeholder Assessment

Students: Rory Van Loo and Sandra Vasher

Develop a guidebook and training for advocates of strong campus policies towards sexual violence… More

Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates/Atrius Health

Semester: 2013 Spring

Project Type: Conflict Resolution Advice, Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Hema Patel & Sara del Nido

Atrius Health is an association of six multi-specialty, non-profit, physician group practices employing over 1,100 physicians and serving over 1,000,000 patients in Eastern and Central Massachusetts. Due to intense external challenges and cost pressures, medical chiefs and directors at Harvard Vanguard/Atrius Health are being challenged to take practice performance to new levels. Site and specialty… More

Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the Senate

Semester: 2016 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Madeleine Williams and Abhinaya Swaminathan

The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate is dedicated to educating the public about the important role of the Senate in our government, encouraging participatory democracy, invigorating civil discourse, and inspiring the next generation of citizens and leaders to engage in the civic life of their communities. The centerpiece education program at… More

Mennonite Central Committee

Semester: 2016 Spring

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Lisa Dicker and Matilda Janson Brolin

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, responds to basic human needs and works for peace and justice. MCC is committed to relationship with local partners and churches in this work. The Programme Paix et Réconciliation (PPR) of the Church of Christ in Congo has been an MCC partner organization since 2008 and… More

Natural Resources Defense Council

Semester: 2008 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Maggie O'Grady & Brian Chernoff

Develop a culturally-sensitive environmental negotiation training course… More

New Hampshire Superior Court

Semester: 2015 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Chrystal Marincich & Lisa Dicker

The New Hampshire Superior Court Settlement Conference Pilot Program was established in early 2012 as a part of a Felony Case Flow plan for the Superior Court. HNMCP worked with the NH Superior Court in 2014 to evaluate the pilot program. This semester, students will partner with the Court to design and implement a one-day training for those participating in the revised Felony Settlement Conference Pilot.… More

Renmin University Law School

Semester: 2012 Spring

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Ashley Nyquist and Jake Lee

Renmin University Disability Law Clinic (DLC) engages with fledgling NGOs to empower students, faculty and volunteer lawyers working with disabled citizens and disabled persons organizations (DPOs). In an effort to help DPO representatives strengthen their ability to communicate effectively with government and other key decision makers, HNMCP students will create a negotiation and consensus building skills training for the Renmin DLC that will help equip leading DPOs with the tools necessary to achieve their advocacy goals.… More

Seeds of Peace

Semester: 2014 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Ariel Eckblad and Sam Straus

Seeds of Peace (SoP) is a non‐profit organization that inspires and equips young leaders from regions and communities of conflict with the relationships, critical understanding, and skills needed to create positive change and advance lasting peace. SoP adapted its international work to launch domestic programming focused on addressing inter‐communal tensions between rapidly evolving racial and… More

Seeds of Peace

Semester: 2011 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Rachel Krol, Krystyna Wamboldt

Seeds of Peace (SoP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the pursuit of lasting peace in regions of conflict, primarily the Middle East and South Asia. Its mission is to help young people develop the relationships, understanding, courage, and leadership skills necessary to advance reconciliation and coexistence. SoP’s current three-year Junior Leadership Program equips high… More

Seeds of Peace

Semester: 2013 Fall

Project Type: Curriculum Development & Delivery

Students: Caitlin Hewes & Sasha Pippenger

Seeds of Peace (SoP) inspires and equips new generations of leaders from regions of conflict with the relationships, understanding, and skills needed to advance lasting peace. SoP has contracted HNMCP to develop and deliver a basic training in mediation to its South Asian Senior and Graduate Seeds group—approximately 30 Afghan, Indian, and Pakistani youth—as well as develop a teaching guide so SoP staff can continue to deliver this training in the future.… More