Conflict transformation views peace as centered and rooted in the quality of relationships. This includes both face-to-face interactions and the ways in which we structure our social, political, economic, and cultural relationships. In this sense, peace is a ″process-structure,″ a phenomenon that is simultaneously dynamic, adaptive, and changing. In essence, rather than seeing peace as a static ″end-state,″ conflict transformation views peace as a continuously evolving and developing quality of relationship. It is defined by intentional efforts to address the natural rise of human conflict through nonviolent (Links to an external site.) approaches that address issues and increase understanding, equality, and respect in relationships. Write a three minute speech using a full sentence outline format to describe a social conflict either experienced or observed (personally or in the news). Examples include, but are not limited to: Activism & Social Movements Criminal Justice Reform Economic Justice Environmental Peacebuilding Gender Equality Human Rights International Humanitarian Action Legal Justice Migration Studies Nonviolence Peace Building Peace Education Political Violence Public Health Queer Studies Social Justice Urban Studies Women & Gender Studies Analyze the assumptions, reactions and results of the conflict within our society. Re-frame the conflict in ways that would make it transformative for all parties involved (which may require some imagination).