AN ARTS APPROACH TO WORKING WITH CONFLICT.

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      This article describes the workshop that the authors cofacilitated at the Imagine Conference held in Tel Aviv, Israel, in 2006. This workshop presented arts-based activities for working with conflict in intercultural groups. Participants were given the opportunity to creatively explore personal responses to conflict and to learn arts-based approaches to working within a group of individuals who come from different religious, ethnic, and political backgrounds. In this workshop, the authors presented their model of working with the intrapersonal, interpersonal, sociocultural, institutional, and spiritual dimensions of conflict. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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