In this seminar Hilary will share some of her latest thinking about positive peace since the publication of her book with Terence Bevington in 2017. This is still work in progress, but she will share the new directions that this work is taking with her colleague Roy Leighton, and with Cambridge Assessment. Peace-keeping, - making and -building are still fundamental to her way of thinking about the NATURE of peace, but now SCOPE has been added as a dimension that designates peace from the inner level (wellbeing) to the outer level (relationships) to the community, global and ecological. In addition, she will talk about a promising way of integrating the restorative discipline window with conflict styles methodology. This new model foregrounds wisdom and suggests that boxes in quadrants are more dynamic than our models suggest, and that the ultimate goal of a peace-builder is to be in the middle of the quadrant, moving flexibly and wisely between the boxes, rather than being in the top right-hand corner of the control / support quadrant, as suggested by restorative models. This involves working with the archetypes of the warrior, peace-keeper, servant and peace-maker, whilst acknowledging their darker iterations of dictator, sleeper, victim and saviour.