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Conflict Management Training: A Transformative Vehicle for Transitional Democracies

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In the past several years, the profession of conflict and change management has emerged in former communist countries. Three different types of conflict have surfaced: those long suppressed or fostered by the repressive arm of the communist state; those that emerged as part of the transition process from one political and economic order to the present one; and, those that are inherent to democracy and market economies. This article focuses on the management of these conflicts and the incorporation of conflict management methodologies as a factor in building democratic institutions with examples from Partners for Democratic Change's National Center in Hungary.

Affiliations: 1: President, Partners for Democratic Change, 823 Ulloa Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

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