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conflict resolution specialist

Jon Michael Ebersole, American conflict resolution specialist. Foreign language fellow State University of New York, Binghamton, 1982-1983; fellow Institute on Law and Social Structure, Cairo, Social Science Research Council, 1982, Thomas J. Watson Foundation, 1981; named Louis Stein scholar in ethics public interest law Fordham University School Law, 1992-1993.


Ebersole, Jon Michael was born on October 7, 1956 in Newton, Kansas, United States. Son of Myron Lester and Geraldine Ann Ebersole.


Bachelor in Peace and Conflict Studies, Earlham College, 1981. Master of Arts in Anthropology, State University of New York, Binghamton, 1990. Master of Science in Public Administration, New York University, 1992.


Director program on humanitarian assistance World Conference on Religion and Peace, New York City, 1992-1994. Political affairs officer Security Council United Nations, 1995, human rights officer Luanda and Sau Remo, Angola, 1995-1996, humanitarian affairs officer Geneva, 1996-1998. Coordinator, special advisor task force on conflict Peace and Development Cooperative, Organization of European Cooperation and Development, Paris, 1999-2000.

Managing director Dialogue Services, Sarl, Arzier, Switzerland, since 2000. Member advisory group International Human Rights Trust, Dublin, 1998-1999. Consultant on racial discrimination and the death penalty in the United States, International Commission Jurists, Geneva, 1993-1994.

Member faculty Canada International Peacekeeping Training Center, Clementsport, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2000. Adjunct fellow Center for International Studies, New York University School Law, 1991-1992.


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Married Susanne Mühlhaus, May 13, 1988. Children: Stella, Helena.

Myron Lester

Geraldine Ann Ebersole

Susanne Mühlhaus

Stella Ebersole

Helena Ebersole