Theories of Change

Tamra d'Estrée emphasiszes the importance of thinking through what changes are desired from training or interventions and structuring the process so as to faciliate that change.
Louis Kriesberg describes the complexity of conflicts, explaining that many people are interacting in many different ways and every individual CAN make a difference.
Tamra d'Estrée cautions that changes take a long time; improvement comes in little steps.
Angela Khaminwa explains that they looked to the environmental movement for a theory of change that inspired their coexistence work.
Peter Coleman discusses who should be at the negotiating table. The answer differs depending on your theory of change.
Peter Coleman discusses the transformation of a track two process to a track one process.
Wallace Warfield argues that contrary to traditional wisdom, caucuses can prevent change.