RESOLVING AND TRANSFORMING CONFLICTS (Nonviolence Solutions)

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RESOLVING AND TRANSFORMING CONFLICTS (Nonviolence Solutions). Prepared by: Janine Kandall N. Salinas IV-6 BEED. CONFLICT. is from a Latin word conflictus which means striking together. It occurs when one’s actions or beliefs are unacceptable to and, are, hence resisted by the other. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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RESOLVING AND TRANSFORMING CONFLICTS (Nonviolence Solutions)

RESOLVING AND TRANSFORMING CONFLICTS(Nonviolence Solutions)Prepared by:Janine Kandall N. SalinasIV-6 BEED

CONFLICTis from a Latin word conflictus which means striking together.It occurs when ones actions or beliefs are unacceptable to and, are, hence resisted by the other.It can occur in dyads, groups or larger societal structures.

What Prevents Us from Resolving Our Conflicts?Fear, pride anger and desire for revengeIndifference or apathyLack of common interestLack of communication

ANGERis not merely irritation or disappointment but a combined feeling of disappointment, anxiety and indignation that signal our body to prepare for fight.

How Do We Manage Our Anger?Recognize that you are angry.Distance yourself from the situationRelease anger physically in direct formsRelaxation Techniques

Dealing With ConflictsFLIGHTFIGHTACCOMODATECOMPROMISEFACE/COLLABORATE

NONVIOLENCE SOLUTIONS

NONVIOLENCEIt provides alternatives to violence. It is not passive resistance, but an active strategy with clear goals.It seeks to achieve peace, or a vicious political campaign that says it seeks to achieve justice or another beneficial results.It is the refusal to do harm to other humans as life is sacred and is an absolute value. It is anchored in belief that a human has a potential to change.

WHY NONVIOLENCE?JAINISM: it is taught that a wise person does not kill, nor cause others to kill, nor consent to the killings by othersTAOISM (Lao Tzu): weapons are instruments of evil and not of a good rulerBUDDHISM: the percept of not to kill is the foundation for all Buddhist action.

HINDUISM: ahimsa is considered as the greatest gift and highest teaching.ISLAM: it is taught that anyone who takes one life without justification, it is he has taken the lives of all humanityJUDAISM: followers are urged :not to envy a man of violence and not choose any of his waysCHRISTIANS: those who use the sword are sooner or later destroyed by it

NONVIOLENCE WORKSPEOPLE POWER I & II

NONVIOLENT ACTIONSPetitionsBanners, postersSingingMarchesPrayer ralliesMock funeralsVigilsGeneral strike

Teaching-Learning IdeasBe a good role model.Decide with the students some rules for peaceful classroom.Encourage more cooperative rather than competitive activities.Consider peaceful techniques of conflict resolution over punitive action.Teach anger management techniques.Teach your students both love of country and concern for the whole human community.