Senator George Mitchell called Aldo Civico “one of the most innovative leaders in the conflict resolution field.” He is the founder and director of The International Institute for Peace at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, where he is an assistant professor in anthropology.
Over the last 20 years, Civico has served as a strategic adviser and conflict resolution facilitator to organizations and communities in Italy, Haiti, Mexico, and Colombia. At the end of the 1980s in Italy, …
“Aldo Civico is one of the most innovative leaders in the conflict resolution field… What sets Aldo apart is his extraordinary capacity to listen attentively and with great empathy…”
“ Aldo’s conflict mediation experience and his ability to relate to people on a individual level make his contributions invaluable.”
“Aldo brings intensity, drive, intelligence and creativity to questions of peacebuilding and conflict resolution.”
“Aldo combines a knack for getting things done and detail with deep commitments and ideals– a perfect partner
for achieving broad goals through specific projects.”
Former U.S. Special Envoy to the Middle East
You can empower yourself as a leader by applying strategies and tools used by high-end mediators to turn around complex situations and to resolve tough problems.
Aldo Civico has negotiated with leaders of death squads, armed insurgencies and gangs and in his keynote talk he show you how to use conflict management techniques that works and get you great results.…