Conflict Resolution First Place Winner Center of the World Festival 2009

God vs Satan, written by Barbara Ladin. Conflict resolution theme: Old family conflicts face the challenge of resolution.  





Conflict Resolution 2nd Place Winner Center of the World Festival 2009

If is the Only Peacemaker, written by Shelia Clark. Conflict resolution theme: Classical literature helps to resolve a conflict arising from misinterpretation of the other's actions.





Conflict Resolution 3rd Place Winner Center of the World Festival 2009

Common Denominators, written by Louis Medina. Conflict resolution theme: Native or immigrant, "Okie" or "Mexican," young or old, people are the same--they just need to find one another's common denominators.





Conflict Resolution 4th Place Winner Center of the World Festival 2009

TP Chronicles, written by Laurelyn Irving. Conflict resolution theme: A residence hall director mediates between four college students, who share a suite, to resolve a heated conflict over toilet paper.





Conflict Resolution Finalist Center of the World Festival 2009

Crazy Day, written by David Muschell. Conflict resolution theme: A man witnesses a terrible tragedy and deals with the conflicting moral results.





Conflict Resolution Finalist Center of the World Festival 2009

Weighing In, written by Rachel York Bridgers. Conflict resolution theme: In a post-Katrina school setting, two women deal with conflict created by institutional rules and use human connectedness to bring resolution.





Conflict Resolution Finalist Center of the World Festival 2009

Ear of the Hurricane, written by Randy Gross. Conflict resolution theme: Four people confront their pre- & post-Katarina conflicts and life-changing experiences as they wait in a New Orleans cafe fro a documentary filmmaker.





Conflict Resolution Finalist Center of the World Festival 2009

Roll with the punches, written by Lee Dunnavant. Conflict resolution theme: Persistence and the passage of time is sometimes the key to bringing closure to conflict.





 

Conflict Resolution Finalist Center of the World Festival 2009

Dear Despicable Dictator, written by Katherine King. Conflict resolution theme: Focused letter writing is a very effective way to end oppression and conflict.





Conflict Resolution Finalist Center of the World Festival 2009

Waiting for Women, written by Lonon Smith. Conflict resolution theme: A male viewpoint and a paradoxical way to resolve intrafamily conflict.




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