Call for Proposals due December 4th! The 10th Intl. Conference on Conflict Resolution Education, Building Stronger Communities Through Peace, Justice and Security, will take place June 8 – 13, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio, USA. This year’s conference, co-hosted by The Ohio State University and the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict, brings together educators, practitioners, researchers, policymakers, and students from all over the world. Choose from more than 8 pre-conference trainings (June 8 – 9) on everything from Restorative Justice in Schools to Kingian Nonviolence Training and Multi-Faith Dialogue in Prisons. Select from 4+ keynotes and more than 75 workshops during the main conference (June 10 – 11). Consider submitting a nomination for the Peace/Conflict Resolution Educator Award and for the U.S. High School Student Peace and Conflict Resolution Education Scholarship Award. The Annual Seminar for Colleges and Universities Developing and Enhancing their Peace and Conflict Studies Programs (June 12 – 13). Schools, colleges and universities who are sponsors may send their students for only $35 per day. For the call for proposals and partner and sponsor information, please contact the Conference Coordinator, Jen Batton at email@example.com +1 – 216-952-5609. All conference details will be posted on the main conference web site www.CREducation.org by Friday, October 23rd.
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I am conflict resolution educator, peacebuilding trainer and career coach. My professional experience has spanned the legal, think tank, international, quasi-government, and higher and secondary education sectors. I have taught at all higher education levels: community college, 4-year undergraduate (private, public, religious), graduate, and international. In 2003-2004 I was a U.S. Fulbright Scholar teaching at the University of Tartu in Estonia. From 2005 -2012 I was a senior program officer and senior manager at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington where I managed programs for colleges and universities and developed training for faculty and students. I work with all groups and educational institutions to support peacebuilding awareness. View all posts by David J. Smith