From the archive

2010 Spring

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Cleveland Indians Baseball Company, L.P.

The Cleveland Indians Baseball Company L.P. (Cleveland Indians) acquires players through a number of sources, including the amateur draft, free agency, trades and international markets. To recruit players from each of these sources, the club must abide by varying rules, bidding processes, and norms in order to successfully acquire new players.  Each process presents different… More

Delta Directions Consortium

The town of Clarksdale, Mississippi is situated in the Mississippi Delta region, an area which consists of portions of several states that border on the Mississippi River. The State of Mississippi ranks 50th in the U.S. in terms of health, economics, and education, and the Delta region of the state ranks below the rest of… More

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Although already described by many as a dynamic and highly successful example of an integrated dispute resolution unit within a federal agency, the Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) believes it can do even better in reaching out to FERC staff and other stakeholders who might benefit from its services.… More

Hewlett Packard & The Corporate Responsibility Initiative

Hewlett-Packard is a technology company that operates in more than 170 countries around the world and ranks number nine on the 2009 Fortune 500 list. The Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative at the Kennedy School of Government seeks to study and enhance the public contributions of private enterprise. Hewlett Packard asked HNMCP to develop and deliver a… More

International Rescue Committee, Thailand

Humanitarian agencies often speak of the importance of maintaining clear and just procedures for resolving disputes in refugee camps.  Under the rubric of such ‘camp management’, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Thailand has decided to initiate rule-of-law programming within selected refugee camp settings along the Thai-Burma border. Key to the success of the project… More

Tuesday’s Children

In 2008, Tuesday’s Children organized a youth summer camp designed to create a community and mutual support network of young people from around the world with similarly tragic experiences as survivors of terrorist attacks. Part of the camp was designed to teach these adolescents negotiation, communication and conflict management skills. Tuesday’s Children subsequently decided to… More

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