This week’s Featured Peacebuilding Group is AmerXchange. Recently started by entrepreneur Ruth Gopin, AmerXchange focuses on fostering domestic exchange between students in the U.S. A major effort right now is to promote work in community colleges. For more information, click here.
This week’s Featured Peacebuilding Group is the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) at George Mason University. I received my MS in conflict analysis and resolution from S-CAR in 2009 and have taught there ever since. If you have plans to start a program in peace and conflict studies in 2019, your might considerContinue reading “Featured Peacebuilding Group: School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University”
This week’s Featured Peacebuilding Group is the DC based Center for Conservation Peacebuilding. Around the world, social conflicts related to conservation issues are serious obstacles to both wildlife conservation efforts and local communities’ way of life. To address such conflicts, the Center for Conservation Peacebuilding (CPeace) pioneered the application of conservation conflict transformation (CCT) theory, skills,Continue reading “Featured Peacebuilding Group: Center for Conservation Peacebuilding”