The current edition of The Peace Chronicle, published by the Peace and Justice Studies Association is out. In my column I look at what do to when you are on break or have some down time. Working on an action plan might be the best use of your time. Click below to read my column.
My last two weeks have been focused on conferences and giving presentations on career awareness. I was at the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) meeting in Philadelphia 9/27-9/30, the Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) meeting in Pittsburgh 10/3 – 10/6 and I spoke at the University of Pittsburgh on 10/6. Throughout, my focus wasContinue reading “Working with Young Professionals to Advance Careers: Presentations at the University of Pittsburgh, Association for Conflict Resolution, and Peace and Justice Studies Association”
For those of us working in the conflict and peacebuilding fields, the announced collaboration between the Peace and Justice Studies Association and Association for Conflict Resolution is very significant. I have long argued that our field has become too fractured with competing groups vying for attention and the participation of those doing similar work. This hasContinue reading “Association for Conflict Resolution and Peace and Justice Studies Association Announce Collaboration: Joint Conference Planned for 2020”