Susan Carpenter: Peace and Mediation Can Be Offensive – Video

Susan Carpenter discusses the myriad of perceptions that exist about the concepts of peace, peace maker, and mediation and how these can make some people feel uncomfortable and the different terminology that mediators use to satisfy people so that they can engage in the process.

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Susan Carpenter

Susan Carpenter is a mediator, trainer and writer in private practice. She has spent the past thrity years developing and managing programs to reach consensus on public issues, resolve public controversies and develop common goals and visions at the local, state and national level. She was the founding director of… MORE >

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