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The '''University of Colorado Conflict Information Consortium''', directed by Guy and Heidi Burgess, was founded in 1988 as a multi-disciplinary center for research and teaching about conflict and its transformation. With its primary focus on difficult and intractable conflicts, the Consortium has pioneered efforts to use rapidly advancing information technologies to provide citizens in all walks of life with the information that they need to deal with conflicts more constructively. The Consortium sees such efforts to enhance and mobilize the skills of the general population as critical to efforts to deal with complex, society-wide conflicts.  
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The '''University of Colorado Conflict Information Consortium''', directed by Guy and Heidi Burgess, was founded in 1988 as a multi-disciplinary center for research and teaching about conflict and its transformation.  
  
=== My CRInfo  ===
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*The newly-combined CRInfo and Beyond Intractability Knowledge Base contains 1000s of pages of material on the nature of and ways of constructively addressing both "regular," negotiable conflicts, and highly challenging intractable conflicts. The knowledge base was begun in 2000 and has been growing ever since.  It now has theoretical and practical articles and case studies written by over 400 academic and practical experts, along with about 70 audio interviews of leading conflict resolution scholars and practitioners, key book and article summaries, practitioner profiles and personal reflections of peacebuilders. All of this material is browsable (by topic category or type of information) and searchable.
  
CRInfo encourages others to utilize the services and tools available on this website for their own specific research, educational, and informational needs. This "Add CRInfo to Your Website" section has been written for those of you who may wish to incorporate elements of the CRInfo system into your own website(s). This page describes the elements that are available for posting. Feel free to explore and experiment with these example page elements; they are all fully functional. Detailed instructions provide step-by-step, do-it-yourself directions for adding each element to your website.
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== Example Article ==
  
== See Also ==
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*[https://www.beyondintractability.org/bksum/putnam-bowling Summary of the book "Bowling Alone"]
 
 
*[http://www.crinfo.org/my_crinfo/ My CRInfo]
 
*[https://www.beyondintractability.org/e-knowledgebase-landing Beyond Intractability Knowledgebase]
 
  
 
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Revision as of 15:29, 10 November 2019

 https://www.beyondintractability.org/
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The University of Colorado Conflict Information Consortium, directed by Guy and Heidi Burgess, was founded in 1988 as a multi-disciplinary center for research and teaching about conflict and its transformation.

  • The newly-combined CRInfo and Beyond Intractability Knowledge Base contains 1000s of pages of material on the nature of and ways of constructively addressing both "regular," negotiable conflicts, and highly challenging intractable conflicts. The knowledge base was begun in 2000 and has been growing ever since. It now has theoretical and practical articles and case studies written by over 400 academic and practical experts, along with about 70 audio interviews of leading conflict resolution scholars and practitioners, key book and article summaries, practitioner profiles and personal reflections of peacebuilders. All of this material is browsable (by topic category or type of information) and searchable.

Example Article