School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) at George Mason University


School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR) at George Mason University

S-CAR is committed to the development of theory, research and practice that interrupt cycles of violence. It is a community of scholars, graduate and undergraduate students, alumni, practitioners and organizations in the field of conflict resolution.

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Location: Arlington, VA
Members: 196
Latest Activity: May 29, 2015

Discussion Forum

Webinar: The Next Frontier of Conflict Resolution Education

Started by Virginia 'Dina' Rubey Oct 26, 2013. 0 Replies

The Next Frontier of Conflict Resolution Educationan interactive webinar with David J. SmithTuesday, October 29 at 4:15p.m.Join the meeting:…Continue

Tags: resolution, peacebuilding, webinar, analysis, conflict

24th Annual Lynch Lecture: Human Rights, Sovereign Rights, and the Potential of Conflict Resolution

Started by S-CAR at GMU. Last reply by Andrew Campbell Dec 19, 2012. 1 Reply

Lecture:Does Intervention in the name of Human Rights undermine Conflict Resolution? The recent cases of Libya and Syria have highlighted the salience of this question and the challenges that it presents for scholars and policy-makers interested in…Continue

Tags: Resolution, George, Mason, University, Conflict

International Criminal Court and Leadership

Started by Andrew Campbell Dec 19, 2012. 0 Replies

Sir:I am a Global Leadership doctoral candidate from the United States. In my research, I am interested in feedback from the subject matter experts on the exploration of leadership traits and competencies, ideological beliefs that influence decision…Continue

Tags: mediation, resolution, courts, justice, transitional

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Comment by Michelle Lee Rosenthal, LMSW on November 11, 2011 at 4:41pm

To All PCDN Groups: Please check out some of my blogs, contests and scholarship:


Thanks for your time and efforts at building Peace on Earth.


Michelle Rosenthal, LMSW


Comment by MasterPeace on March 8, 2011 at 5:51am

We are approaching your much respected organization, to be one of our partners, from the heart of new Cairo that is looking with hope for a better peaceful future and free life for it`s people, and proceeding from your goals in making the world a better place, we are offering a partnership, including you write about MasterPeace activities and we including you in all our promotional materials.

MasterPeace will be the most heartwarming global peace project ever, as a result of an intensive East-West cooperation, supported by NGOs, companies, cities, social entrepreneurs and you. MasterPeace will develop several attractive peace-building projects, including a mesmerizing concert in Cairo on Peace Day 2014, where artists from all the world’s major conflict areas will perform to promote togetherness, international collaboration and the reduction of (armed) conflicts. The concert will be an exclusive reward for people who actively supported peace-building activities in the years before Peace Day 2014. Because peace-building is a verb. “Creating peace. Together”.


There are many reasons to start a large-scale, new, fresh, innovative, bottom-up peace initiative supported by the ‘East’ and the ‘West’.

We are dedicated to put MUSIC above FIGHTING, DIALOGUE above JUDGEMENT, BREAD above BOMBS and CREATION above DESTRUCTION. --

Comment by PEMAP Movement on March 20, 2010 at 12:13am
The PEMAP is firmly convinced that only a just and equal treatment of the diversity of peoples living in the same state can generate peace, social stability, which should be done in an atmosphere of mutual recognition in which each individual or people will consider the other as having legal rights to this common legacy, inexorable result of western colonization. This recognition should become impregnated with mutual respect.

The PEMAP is definitely convinced that only justice can result in peace and also that genuine peace can open the way to sustainable development.
Besides the PEMAP considers that no African people (ethnic or tribe) on no account has this exclusive right to the symbols of a state and any kind of supremacy over the others.
Comment by Paul Snodgrass on August 31, 2009 at 11:36pm
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Comment by Andrew Benson Greene on August 31, 2009 at 5:28pm
Thanks so uch Paul, I will be pleased to join and add a discussion on this issue. it is so much important to continue to work for peace and prevent conflicts. best wishes, Andrew

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