The purpose of this report is to study more in-depth what is culture and how culture plays a role in conflict especially in the context of globalization and the evolution of our contemporary world. Various academic experts state that culture is an essential part of conflict and conflict resolution. The focus is to preview and redefine old notions of culture and examine new conflict resolution theories taking into consideration political, social and cultural dynamics. The goal is to understand the scholarly debate regarding culture more comprehensively and to learn what training tools are available and can be useful in considering cultural dimensions in the conflict resolution field.
Ultimately to utilize more readily those innovative training models that foster a culture of peace within our societies, workplaces and family settings is of keen interest. Researching further into well-known communications and cross-cultural theory is required to understand the foundations of conflict resolution techniques. The report also outlines what innovative methods and educational tools in conflict resolution are available to use as practitioners. The aim is to help those working in the international policy field have exposure to mediation guidelines, methodological conflict resolution exercises, and intercultural training tools.