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Paul Is Writing A Second Book!
The book will show that through a better understanding of the shared human characteristics (‘existential givens’) as drawn from Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Husserl and Sartre, a more satisfying outcome to conflicts can evolve. With added information on the latest best practice guidelines and legislation, The Psychology of Conflict is a very practical guide to assist mediators and all those involved in conflict resolution to further understand the psychological processes that arise before, during and after mediation sessions. As Paul argues, a knowledge of human behaviour in conflict is increasingly necessary as a tool for resolving disputes more generally, in politics, peace negotiations, divorce, employment, and the commercial sector.
Paul TALKS TO BBC RADIO LONDON ABOUT RELATEDNESS AND THE IMPORTANCE OF UBUNTU FOLLOWING THE WESTMINSTER ATTACK
Daily Express - Head of Desmond Tutu charity calls for more protests over Brexit vote and Donald Trump