Event: Sustaining Peace: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, Columbia University, New York

for more details see http://ac4.ei.columbia.edu/events/sustaining-peace-interdisciplinar...

Sustainable Peace Event – Nov. 7, 2012

Sustaining Peace: Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Showcasing cutting-edge interdisciplinary work in conflict resolution, violence prevention, peace and sustainability at Columbia University

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012
2pm to 8:30pm
Teachers College, Columbia University

Room locations TBA




2:00pm-3:30pm Information tables and AC4Fellows/Projects poster session.

3:30pm-6:20pm Workshops

6:30pm-7:30pm Book Launch and Keynote from Peter T. Coleman “What if We Took Peace Seriously?”

7:30-8:30pm Reception


or email: Christianna Gozzi at cgozzi(at)ei.columbia.edu


There is no fee to attend this event.

View the Event Flyer



2:00pm-3:30pm Information tables. Location: Everrett Lounge, Zankel Hall, Teachers College

Featuring information from:

Master of Science program in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution (NECR)

International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR)

Center for International Conflict Resolution (CICR)

Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED)

MPA in Development Practice at the Earth Institute

Center for Human Rights Documentation and Research

Institute for the Study of Human Rights (ISHR)

Center for Sustainable Urban Development (CSUD)

Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict and Complexity (AC4)

Columbia University Partnership for International Development (CUPID)

Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development

Humanitarain Affairs Working Group (HAWG)

Association for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Students (ANCoRs)

Barnard Center for Research on Women

Poster Session. Location: Everrett Lounge, Zankel Hall, Teachers College

Featuring presentations from:

Ethos of Peace and Conflict [Click the (+) for more information about this poster]

Fortune Society Participatory Action Research [Click the (+) for more information about this poster]

Conflict Resolution Working Group: Trip to North Korea

Sustainable Peace and Land Tenure in Haiti [Click the (+) for more information about this poster]

Engaging Governments in Genocide Prevention [Click the (+) for more information about this poster]

and from AC4 Fellows:

Jonathan Blake – Political Science – Northern Ireland, Nationalism

Joe Brown – Political Science – States, Non-State Actors and Conflict

Christine Webb – Psychology – goals, strategies for reconciliation


3:30pm-6:20pm: Workshops


Click the ‘+’ to the left of each workshop for the description

3:30pm to 4:20pm:

(+) Facilitation Skill Building in Conflict Settings

(+) Urban Public Spaces and Community

(+) If the Wheels Fall Off: Competing Arguments on the Prevention of Mass Atrocities

4:30pm to 5:20pm:

(+) Taking a Communication Perspective for Sustainable Peace

(+) Culturally Relevant Urban Wellness: Bridging the Aboriginal/non-Aboriginal Divide among Youth in Vancouver, British Columbia

(+) Applying Dynamical Systems Theory

5:30pm to 6:20pm:

(+) Is the environment a good tool for peacemaking?

(+) Designing Teaching and Training Tools for the Emerging Fields of Peacebuilding, Fragile States and Natural Resource Management

(+) Applying Dynamical Systems Theory to Support Myanmar’s Peace Processes


6:30pm-7:30pm Book launch:The Psychological Components of a Sustainable Peace

Location: Grace Dodge Hall 179

Keynote by Peter T. Coleman, PhD. “What if we took peace seriously?”

(+) Expand for more information about this book


7:30-8:30pm Reception, Location: Grace Dodge Hall, 177


Tags: conflict resolution, interdisciplinary, peace, peacemaking, sustainability, violence prevention

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