Interviews on the Third Side
Negotiating in Conflict Situations
An interview with William Ury and Thomas Hübl
NPR’s TED Radio Hour on Reconciliation
Interview on NPR with William Ury on December 16th, 2016: How Do We Transform Conflict Into Cooperation?
Listen to William’s segment below. Click here for the transcript and more info.
A written interview with William Ury about the Third Side
Read an edited compilation of an interview with William Ury conducted by Dee Aker, deputy director of the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice (IPJ), and a private meeting with graduate students from the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies and the International Master of Business Administration program at the University of San Diego (USD). Both the interview and the meeting were held on Nov. 18, 2009.Read the interview
An interview with William Ury
Please visit Good Radio Show’s website for an introduction and a partial transcript of the interview.View on Good Radio Shows’ website
A condensed version of the interview (29 min)
The full interview (59 min)
The Third Side: Making Peace in Venezuela
In the midst of an epic confrontation between President Chavez and his opponents, a potent new movement emerged among ordinary people seeking to mediate the conflict without violence.
From Turmoil to Tourism: Following the Path of Abraham
The aim of the Abraham Path Initiative is to establish a secure and sustainable walking trail re-tracing the footsteps of Abraham across the Middle East. Listen here to an interview with William Ury, founder of the Abraham Path by host Mark Sommer.
Pablo Lumerman is a dialogue and development facilitator and a community-company-government conflict mediator. Pablo holds a degree with honors in Political Science from the University of Buenos Aires. He also holds a Master’s in Local Development from the National University of General San Martín and the Autonomous University of Madrid.Read the interview
A World of Possibilities
Listen to stories about the Third Side from the radio program “A World of Possibilities”. These stories bring the Third Side to life and highlight how the Third Side emerges in conflict riddled societies.