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A podcast pioneering a culture change in handling conflict because conflict is everywhere. The only bilingual podcast that addresses conflict on an international scale. By Dr. Idil Elveris. Cover art photo: Zeren Göktan. Music: İmre Hadi.
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Turkey's mediator role seems to have started in the Balkans in the 1990s. Thanks to its cultural affinities with the region, its military officers stationed there were asked to serve as mediators in local communities. Later, as a kin-state, this expanded to CIS countries and to its neighbors. Seen more as an honest broker and free from colonial bag…
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Sivil toplum kuruluşları ve diğer kuruluşlar anlaşmazlık yaşadığında yokmuş gibi mi yapar; biriktirip üstüne mi yatar; hiyerarşiden mi medet umar? STKlar için kapasite geliştirme, çatışma çözümü, değişim yönetim sistemleri gibi konularda çalışan konuğum STKlar hangi konularda öz yardıma ihtiyaç duyuyor; kuruluşlarda kutuplaşma ve çatışma yaşandığın…
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After the war in Bosnia was finished in 1995, there were many projects about the war where soldiers, journalists and politicians told their story. However, for those who were children at the time, there was none. The invitation of Jasminko Halilovic who decided to create a platform for children to tell their story, first turned into a book project.…
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In this episode, I spoke with Gael Cochrane who works at Community Justice Scotland as a Learning, development and innovation Lead. She explained what it means to have a trauma-informed practice involving issues such as safety; choice; collaboration; empowerment and trust. She also said why this is needed; how someone working in the criminal justic…
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In this episode, I spoke with Ilan Bass from UK who is a community mediator. He explained what community mediation is; how he got involved in it; and gave examples of community mediation cases in neighborly disputes such as noise; life style clash; pets and boundaries while also taking about how public institutions can support mediation.…
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Müzakere ve arabuluculuk eğitimi almak, bir kişinin kariyerinde ne tür farklı imkanlara kapı açar? Süleymanoğlu kendi kariyerinden çeşitli örnekler verdi. Türkiye’de son on yılda arabuluculuk kanunu sayesinde neler başarıldığına değindi. İlerleme gösterilmesi gereken alanlar arasında eğitimler; ekonomik sıkıntıların işin nitelikli yapılması ile uyu…
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Bu bölümde kolaylaştırıcılık nedir ve çok katılımcılı süreçlerde ne işe yarardan başladık. Şirket olsun apartman toplantısı veya işyeri olsun bir kolaylaştırıcı eşliğinde toplantı yapmanın nasıl katılımcı ve daha kolay uygulanan, kavgasız sonuçlar yaratabileceği konuşuldu. Türkiye'de çevre konusunda devletle toplum arasında başvurulmuş bir projeden…
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Released on the Centenary of the Republic of Türkiye, in this episode I spoke with Alper Koç who is an entertainment media lawyer. He talked about the different approaches taken to conflicts in the entertainment media business whether it is between talent and business or business to business. He also gave examples of platforms such as Netflix and o…
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In this episode, my guest was Belinda Hopkins who is the director of Transforming Conflict. We discussed how a restorative approach through circles can help students build relationships and values at schools. This would hence help with conflicts at school whether with fellow students or teachers but also among members of the administration. Belinda…
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For over 100 years, the Canadian government in cooperation with the churches has taken away indigenous children from their families never to return them. They assimilated them, changed their religion and did much more. My guest Nergis Canefe explained how this was done and after all the pain and loss for the indigenous communities, there can be rec…
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Sanatçı ve hoca Işıl Eğrikavuk, toplumsal sanat işleri yapıyor. Bunlar başkalarıyla işbirliğine ve üretime dayanıyor. Ama ne sanat eğitimi ne de piyasa mekanizmaları anlaşmazlığa açık değil. Yıllar içinde başkaları ile bu süreçte neler yaşıyor; ortaya çıkan anlaşmazlıkları çözmek için neler yaptığını fark ediyor ve bu anlaşmazlık çözme kaslarını na…
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In this episode, I interviewed the Anglo-German artist Angela Findlay who with her amazing book 'In My Grandfather's Shadow" talked about her German grandfather who was a general in the German army. She described how trauma, guilt and shame get transferred inter-generationally; how to forgive parents; what needs to be done to understand trauma bett…
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My guest in this episode is David Faro. He and I talked about crisis management and especially what happens in a crisis that may lead to conflict; how to improve communication and learning from a crisis. He explained how time pressure and high stakes can cause curse of knowledge especially when experts communicate with the public during a crisis. H…
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Andrea Kupfer Schneider is a Professor of Law and Director of the Kukin Program for Conflict Resolution at Cardozo School of Law. She taught ADR, Negotiation, Ethics and International Conflict Resolution for over two decades. She co-authored several textbooks and books in the field. She explained how negotiation skills were needed in everyone’s lif…
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Depremlerden sonra kaçınılmaz olarak sorumlu arayışı başlıyor. Ancak bu sürecin mahkemelerde yapılması halinde, hem sonuç almak yıllara yayılıyor hem de ispat meseleleri gündeme geliyor. Oysa depremzedelerin bir de bununla -hele avukatsız- uğraşacak takati olmuyor. İşte bu nedenle başka ülkelerde örneği görülen komisyon fikrini ele aldım. Sadece de…
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Emily May is the co-founder of 'Right To Be', an NGO that works to fight against street harassment. They designed a bystander intervention program for people that want to help anyone who is being harassed. These tactics are called 5Ds: delay; document; distract; direct and delegate. They are being consulted by many governments and transportation au…
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Donna Douglass Williams is the Head of Ombuds at Pinterest, one of the first Ombuds programs in the tech sector. Ombuds is a confidential, impartial, informal resource that provides support to the workforce in navigating work challenges, developing constructive resolutions to conflicts and aims to promote an inspired workplace culture. Donna descri…
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My guest Gemma Varona is an academic researcher at the University of the Basque Country. Gemma describes a very interesting and ground-breaking concept – ‘restorative walking’ in great detail and explains how victims of political violence or harmed persons from environmental and animal rights cases in search of justice might choose this process mov…
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In this episode, my guests were two women from the Parents Circle who both lost their sons due to political conflict between Israel and Palestine. Robi Damelin is the Spokesperson and Director of International Relations at the Parents Circle Families Forum and Layla Alsheikh is a member of the Parents Circle Family Forum. The Parents Circle is comp…
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My guest Barry O’Mahoney worked with the Irish government on managing the Facilitators and Notetakers on Citizens’ Assemblies. He explains why parliament established a Citizen Assembly in Ireland. He also talks about the benefits of a Citizens Assembly i.e creating an atmosphere so people can speak openly in a safe environment and have an informed …
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My guest Bob Bordone is an internationally recognised negotiator and the founder of the Negotiation and Mediation Clinic at Harvard Law School. He started his own YouTube channel in September 2021 where he discusses negotiation principles in many spheres in life. He explains how he decided to focus on public policy issues in negotiation and how we …
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In this episode, I present two guests whose countries are in conflict. Tatyana is a Ukrainian pioneer of family mediation and has stayed in Ukraine. Sergey Ponomarev is an award-winning Russian photographer and has left Russia. This episode includes readings of two letters written by Tatyana. The letters are about how Tatyana’s life has been affect…
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My guest Jo Berry is Founder of ‘Building Bridges for Peace’ and works to resolve conflict around the world. Sixteen years after her father was killed by an IRA bomb, Jo met with the man responsible after he was released from prison and left the IRA. Their initial meeting led Jo Berry and Patrick Magee to speak on over three hundred occasions on a …
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My guest Cinnie Noble is a pioneer of conflict management coaching. Cinnie explains what one-to-one conflict coaching/conflict management coaching is and why it is needed to help people make the shift from reaction to reflection; to response and resilience. This then allows them to become a better version of themselves in how they manage conflict b…
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Figen Murray, Manchester Arena bombalamasında oğlu Martyn Hett'i kaybetti. Bundan çok kısa bir süre sonra katili bağışladı. Kendisi ile bağışlamak ne demek; niye bağışlamak istedi; bu karara nasıl tepkiler aldı ve teröre karşı neler yaptığını konuştuk. Murray çalışmalarıyla hem ödül aldı hem de İngiltere'de bir kanun değişikliğinin yolunu açtı.…
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My guest Ailbhe Griffith is an advocate for restorative justice in cases of serious violence, including sexual violence, as well as an Ambassador for Restorative Justice International (RJI). She explains how the restorative justice mediation process changed her life for the better and why the criminal justice system failed her. She also talks about…
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Devletin ceza yargılaması yapmasının toplumlarda yarattığı sonuçlar neler? Suç mağdurları açısından ne tür sorunlar bulunuyor? Failler bakımından ne gibi sorunlar var? Onarıcı adalet mekanizmaları buna karşın ne sağlayabilir? Bir çok ülkede nasıl ortaya çıktı? Türkiye’de ceza davalarındaki uzlaştırma niye onarıcı adaletle ilgili değil? Bosna’da top…
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Geçiş dönemi adaleti nedir; nasıl ortaya çıkmıştır; yargı varken böyle bir adalet arayışı niye lazımdır; farklı ülke örnekleri nelerdir; geçiş dönemi adaleti Türkiye’de nasıl uygulanabilir; hangi konulara öncelik vermek gerekir?İdil Elveriş tarafından oluşturuldu
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Kampüs veya öğrenci ombudsluğu, ABD ve Avrupa'da giderek daha fazla görülmeye başladı. Peki bu nedir; niye ortaya çıktı? Türkiye'nin ilk üniversite ombudsu olan Altınbaş Üniversitesi ombudsu Gizem Güray, öğrenciler ombudsluğa hangi sorunlar için başvuruyor ve Türkiye’de bu kurumun geleceği nedir gibi soruları cevapladı.…
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My guest is a retired member of the New York City Police Department and is a trainer to police officers from many countries. He has had experience in many high profile cases including hostage cases. He explains what hostage negotiation is, why this alternative style of policing (compared with tactical policing, which is often considered the final o…
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Türkiye’de aile arabuluculuğu sık sık gündeme gelmesine rağmen konuyu çocukların yüksek yararı veya refahı üstünden konuşmuyoruz. Florida'da çocuk korumada arabuluculuktan nasıl faydalanılıyor? Hizmet planı nedir? Çocuk koruma alanında arabuluculuk yapmak için hukuk okumak veya vatandaşlık niye gerekli değil? Arabuluculuk etik kurallarının amacı ne…
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My guest Marina Cantacuzino is the Founder of The Forgiveness Project, an award-winning journalist, peace activist and podcaster of ‘The F Word Podcast’. Marina talks about how her charity ‘The Forgiveness Project’ was established in response to the war in Iraq and how it evolved. She also describes how to cope with pain and trauma by exploring for…
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My guest Tom Kosakowski is Health Sciences Ombuds at the University of Southern California. Tom explains how ombuds programs were initiated in the US in the late 1960’s and how they have evolved and progressed over time by serving all stakeholders. He also talks about how the changing university student profile is contributing to the adoption of th…
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Maria Volpe is a Professor of Sociology and the Director of the Dispute Resolution Program and the Center at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, at the City University of New York. Since she established one of the largest list servers in the world about conflict resolution after the 9/11 events in NYC, I ask her how she did that and what was her …
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My guest Giuseppe DePalo was the Ombudsperson for United Nations Funds and Programmes. He describes what the UN’s ombuds office does to prevent and resolve work-related disputes (i.e sexual harassment) and why this is needed outside the court system. He talks about the importance of considering mediation to resolve conflict and describes his unique…
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My guest John Sturrock is an internationally recognized commercial mediator and a “thought leader” in the area of mediation. He is also the Founder and CEO of Core Solutions advocating better conversations and better outcomes. John talks about how principles of mediation should be more commonly used in public services and contrasts the airline indu…
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My guest Sheila Purcell is an expert and pioneer in court ADR (alternative dispute resolution) programs in California. She explains her professional background in community mediation and dispute resolution for low and middle-income people, the advantages and disadvantages of a bottom-up style mediation program and how she started her successful cou…
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My guest Susan Podziba is a public policy mediator and wrote a book called 'Civic Fusion: Mediating Polarized Public Disputes'. Susan explains what public policy mediation is and why it is needed to reason and resolve very complex and polarized issues. She talks about the differences in attitude towards public policy mediation in Europe compared to…
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Barış çalışmaları nedir; çatışmalarda niye diplomasi dışı araçlar da lazımdır ve bunlar nelerdir; sivil toplumun barışa katkısı nedir; yoğun şiddet yaşanmış çatışmalarda travmaların etkisi nasıl aşılır; uluslararası yapılarda giderek daha çok görülen kurum içi ihtilaf çözme mekanizmaları niye gereklidir?…
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Mediator, trainer and activist, my guest Dr. David Silvera has been involved in developing mediation as an alternative form of dispute resolution in Israel since 1998. He explains what transformative mediation is, how it originated in America and how it utilises pragmatic, transformative and narrative theories to advance the mediation and decide on…
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My guest Martha Clarke is a workplace and civil commercial mediator, trainer and coach in the UK and abroad. She explains what workplace mediation is and how it enables people to be heard and listened to without having to go to court. Describing it as an early intervention mechanism, she explains how it differs from the more formal and legal way of…
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Çatışmanın kişiler ve devletler arasındaki sonuçları yanında toplumsal etkileri de olur. Bu bölümde alanın yeni podcast'i olan DEMOS'u, çatışma alanına getirdiği bu bakış üstünden konuştuk. DEMOS'tan Güley Bor ve Yasin Sunca, geçiş dönemi adaleti, hafıza gibi konuları içeren demokrasi ve barış çalışmaları alanından, yaptıkları araştırmalar ve kendi…
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Dr Paolo Michele Patochhi is one of the founding partners of Patocchi and Marzolini, a leading law firm specialising in international arbitration in Geneva. He shares his perspectives as an arbitrator and counsel on the differences between acting as an arbitrator and a dispute-handling professional as well as the benefits and disadvantages of med-a…
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İstanbul'un tahkim merkezi olması için mevzuat, vize kolaylığı ve lojistik avantajlar yanında başka ne yapılmalı? İSTAC'ın uluslararası tahkim kurumlarından farkları/benzerlikleri nedir? Kadın hakem sayısını artırmak için taraflar ve kurumlar ne yapabilir?İdil Elveriş tarafından oluşturuldu
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Üç programlık tahkim serisinin başında tahkim nedir; hangi uyuşmazlıklarda daha çok işe yarar ile başladık. Tahkime iş dünyasının, yargının, kamu sektörünün bakışı nasıl değişti? Türkiyeli iş insanlarının riske, ihtilafa, yatırıma bakışı nasıl değişti? Kurumsallaşma, yabancı yatırım, küreselleşmenin etkileri bakımından ihtilaf çözümüne nasıl bakıyo…
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Travma nedir? Corona virüsü travmatik bir olay mıdır, diğer travmatik olaylardan farkı nedir? Her travmatik olay herkeste travma yaratır mı? Travmalarla yüzleşmenin, aile, iş ve diğer kişisel ilişkilerde yaşanan anlaşmazlıkların çözümüne katkısı nedir? Travma, empati göstermeye, seçenek geliştirmeye nasıl engel olur?…
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