the ten roles people can play as conflict interveners,
plays the key role in the development of a culture
of peace. Joshua Weiss at the Project on Preventing
War created a curriculum to help college educators
teach the Third Side. The
Third Side: A Pedagogical Accompaniment,
the 48-page curriculum, is intended as a broad framework
in which the educator can shape the way the book
curriculum is broken into four modules, 'What Do
You Think and Why', 'Humanities Greatest Challenge',
'The Cycle of Human History' and 'What You Can Do'.
The modules highlight key themes and topics in Ury's
book. Ideas and discussion questions are provided
for each chapter and for the book as a whole.
Third Side: Why We Fight and How We Can Stop
and The Third Side: A Pedagogical Accompaniment
are especially suited for use in introductory
conflict resolution courses at the university level.
It is available for free in PDF format at http://www.thirdside.org/college_cur.pdf.
project of Campus Conflict Resolution
Supported by a FIPSE grant from the US Department of Education
and seed money from the Hewlett Foundation-funded CRInfo
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