Skills Needed for a Changing World
(this is a sponsored post on PCDN)
No doubt you have noticed that the United States is experiencing its own internal conflicts and opportunities to embrace change. At the Summer Peacebuilding Institute (SPI), we are not surprised by these events. We are already busy applying practices in our own communities that are used in countries recovering from violent conflict.
In the world of peacebuilding, social change, and development there is generally a great emphasis on creating change but rarely much emphasis on the importance of taking care of the practitioners doing the day to day work of creating this change. For many of us, our work takes its toll on our spirit and we become jaded, exhausted, and burnt out. We believe that transformed people transform the world...
It is my pleasure to invite you to a book launch for Catholic Relief Services’ new publication Interreligious Action for Peace: Studies in Muslim-Christian Cooperation.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
10:00 AM – Panel and Discussion
11:30 AM – Luncheon Reception
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
This book includes six case...
Are you between 15 and 35 years old and from the Arab Region?
Are you engaged in activities to build peace and reduce violence in your community or country? Have you been dedicated to conflict resolution or mediation at a regional, national or local level and are seeking to exchange experiences with peers from other countries in the Arab region? If yes, this is a good opportunity for YOU!
Young Peacebuilders’ Forum
The Young Peacebuilders’ Forum will take place from 11:15 AM ET to 12:45 PM ET on Wednesday, May 25. This forum is specifically designed for new peacebuilders whether you’re fresh out of studies or you’re looking to build a new career.
Keynote Address: Dr. Craig Zelizer, Associate Director of the MA in Conflict Resolution, Georgetown University and Co-Founder,...