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Webinar Series:  Frontiers of Systems and Peace

Glenda Eoyang, founder of the Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) Institute has initiated a series of Webinars titled Frontiers of Systems and Peace.

For future webinars, please click here to register.

Past webinars are available by clicking on the titles below.

July 13, 2015

Social Acupuncture:  Exploring what traditional Chinese strategic thinking and medicine can teach us about operating and creating change in complex environments; Orit Gal, Ph.D., Regents University, London

April 13, 2015

Challenges that Complexity Poses for Monitoring and Evaluation and Systemic Thinking as a Means to Cope;  Ricardo Wilson-Grau, Consultoria em Gestão Empresarial Ltda

March 13, 2015

Conflict Resolution and Systems Dynamics: From Jerusalem to Cincinnati and Back; Jay Rothman, Ph.D.

February 13, 2015

A Systems Practice for Peacebuilding; Rob Ricigliano, University of Wisconsin

February 5, 2015

Peace is a Pattern:  Adaptive Action and ConflictGlenda Eoyang, Ph.D., Human Systems Dynamics Institute

November 13th, 2014:

Using Multi-Agent Simulation for Program Assessment and Evaluation; and Scenario Generation and Robust PlanningArmando Geller, Ph.D., Scensei

October 13, 2014:

What Mathematical Models Can Tell Us About Human BehaviorLarry Liebovitch, Ph.D., Queens College, City University of New York

September 13, 2014:  

Conditions for Self-Organizing in Human Systems;  Glenda Eoyang, Ph.D., Human Systems Dynamics Institute

Dynamical Systems Application Resources Project

In association with Beyond Intractability, the Dynamical Systems Application Resources project provides a range of resources and references to support the application of systems thinking, complexity science and related disciplines to the challenge of conflict transformation. By thinking systemically and holistically about peace and conflict, and conceptualizing these as emergent properties of a complex dynamic system, this project represents a paradigm shift offering new means of transforming destructive conflicts into constructive social relations.  We encourage you to explore both Beyond Intractability and the Dynamical Systems Application Project for further resources.

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