Following are links to various local, regional, national and international organizations and resources related to conflict and dispute resolution, peacemaking, and nonpartisan public policy research:
Oregon Mediation Association
Professional association for Oregon ADR practitioners.
Oregon Consensus Program
Public policy mediation program, authorized by the Oregon State Legislature and sponsored by Portland State University Mark O. Hatfield School of Government
Eugene Direction Service
Services for individuals with disabilities and special needs, including mediation and facilitation
The Carter Center
"Track two" diplomacy, election monitoring, public health and other initiatives, operated from the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Emory University
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission mediation info page
Good general information about the mediation process, as well as employment-specific mediation resources
Policy Consensus Initiative
National project, run by Portland State University's College of Urban and Public Affairs, that encourages consensus-based governance and resolution of public policy disputes. In particular, check out their helpful and extensive links page.