“Harvard International Negotiation Program”
A video of Daniel Shapiro at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
INP announces the launch of the world’s first Global Curriculum on Conflict Management, a common framework and tool set for current and future leaders, with the goal of fostering a sustainable peace at all levels of society.
INP invited world-renowned artist Romero Britto to unveil six original pieces he created at Harvard in collaboration with Dr. Daniel Shapiro and 16 of his students.
INP hosted Kamla Persad-Bissessar, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, for a special lecture on the theme of "Leadership and Cooperation."
Professor Shapiro argues that national and communal bonds are essentially tribal in nature, and proposes theory to deal with these dimensions in situations of conflict.
The New York Times Magazine featured an article about Dan Shapiro and his work teaching negotiation in Dubai.
INP builds theory and field-tests it in real world contexts. We also develop curricula and spread ideas through workshops, lectures, and academic courses.
INP strives to transform the way people around the world understand and deal with the emotional and identity-based dimensions of conflict and negotiation.
Faculty publications focus on theory, frameworks, and tools to address the emotional dimensions of conflict.
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