This is Ethiopian Review Policy Research Center’s series on From Dictatorship to Democracy extracted/quoted from books and articles published by Albert Einstein Institution and similar sources.
In the typical dialogue to resolve differences, both parties behave as though the other side is the enemy. This only serves to create an atmosphere of distrust.
Think about a way to reach a compromise. Conflict arises when people have different needs and opinions, so try to imagine a way that you can both be satisfied. It is often helpful to have a brainstorming session to prioritize what needs are most important to each party. Once these needs are clarified in a calm and rational manner, you can focus on coming up with a solution.
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