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Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh, Best Practices for Mediating Religious Conflicts

American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Magazine

March 6, 2019  | 1 min read

An article by Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh, titled "Best Practices for Mediating Religious Conflicts," has been published in the American Bar Association Dispute Resolution Magazine, Fall 2018. The article advises that language is always important in discussing and resolving disputes, which is even more true when religious beliefs are involved.

Excerpt from "Best Practices for Mediating Religious Conflicts"

All across the globe, people are passionate about religion – both their own beliefs and those of others. Religion informs people’s core values, codifies their morals, and inspires their actions. We have seen this throughout history, but we can also see it today, in people’s day-to-day lives, in how they see themselves, what they care about, and how they treat others.

The complete article may be found here