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3 credits: Field Work with Syrian Refugees (George Mason University)

Started Nov 28 0 Replies

The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolutionat George Mason UniversityApproaches to Conflict Management and Resolution: Field Work with Syrian RefugeesCONF 695/3853 Credits    …Continue

Tags: service, learning, volunteering, citizen, diplomacy

3 credits: Conflict Resolution in Israel/Palestine with George Mason University

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The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict ResolutionGeorge Mason University | School for Conflict Analysis and ResolutionReflective Practice in Israel/Palestine3 Credits   January 7 –…Continue

Tags: social, seminar, theory, practice, justice

3 credits: Field Work with Syrian Refugees - George Mason University

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The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict ResolutionGeorge Mason UniversityApproaches to Conflict Management and Resolution: Field Work with Syrian Refugees3 Credits     August 16 - 24,…Continue

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3 credits: Field Work with Syrian Refugees (George Mason University)

The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolutionat George Mason UniversityApproaches to Conflict Management and Resolution: Field Work with Syrian RefugeesCONF 695/3853 Credits     March 7 – 15, 2015    Price: $3,890 SPACE LIMITED – APPLY NOW by December 20, 2014Please email the following items to Michelle Everson at meverson@gmu.edu in one single PDF file containing all application materials. The title of…See More
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ISIS: Hidden Interests - Thursday, October 2nd, 4:30pm

Please join CRDC at George Mason University's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution on Thursday, October 2nd, at 4:30pm, for an event with Rev. Douglas Leonard of the Al Amana Centre in Oman. Based on his work with Gulf governments and conversations with diplomats, religious leaders and Gulf government…See More
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Craig Zelizer liked CRDC's discussion 3 credits: Conflict Resolution in Israel/Palestine with George Mason University
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3 credits: Conflict Resolution in Israel/Palestine with George Mason University

The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict ResolutionGeorge Mason University | School for Conflict Analysis and ResolutionReflective Practice in Israel/Palestine3 Credits   January 7 – January 15, 2015  Price: $3,890 SPACE LIMITED! APPLY NOW BY October 15, 2014Please email the following items to Michelle Everson at meverson@gmu.edu in one single PDF file containing all application…See More
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3 credits: Field Work with Syrian Refugees - George Mason University

The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict ResolutionGeorge Mason UniversityApproaches to Conflict Management and Resolution: Field Work with Syrian Refugees3 Credits     August 16 - 24, 2014    Price: $3,890 APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 31Please email the following items to Michelle Everson at meverson@gmu.edu in one single PDF…See More
May 19
Craig Zelizer liked CRDC's discussion 3 credits: Field Work with Syrian Refugees - George Mason University
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3 credits: Field Work with Syrian Refugees - George Mason University

The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict ResolutionApproaches to Conflict Management and Resolution: Field Work with Syrian Refugees3 Credits     August 16 - 24, 2014    Price: $3,890 APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 31Please email the following items to Michelle Everson at meverson@gmu.edu in one single PDF file containing all application materials. The tile of this document should be your first and…See More
May 8
Craig Zelizer liked CRDC's discussion 3-credit course in the Balkans: The Post-Conflict Politics of History and Memory
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3-credit course in the Balkans: The Post-Conflict Politics of History and Memory

Serbia and Kosovo: Studying the Post-Conflict Politics of History and Memory in the BalkansThe Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution3 Credits     June 16 - 25, 2014$3,790Credit: Destination360 Belgrade City Center**SPACE LIMITED!! APPLY NOW BY April 15, 2014** Please email the following items to Michelle Everson at…See More
Apr 2
Craig Zelizer liked CRDC's discussion 6 credits of Conflict Resolution field research in Indonesia this summer
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6 credits of Conflict Resolution field research in Indonesia this summer

The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution6 Credits     July 13 – August 9, 2014   **SPACE LIMITED!! APPLY NOW BY May 1, 2014**Please email the following items to Michelle Everson at meverson@gmu.edu in one single PDF file containing all application materials.Your resume (maximum one page)A letter of interest explaining why the trip is important to you and your qualifications for…See More
Mar 27
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3-credit class in Serbia and Kosovo with George Mason University: The Post-Conflict Politics of History and Memory

Serbia and Kosovo: Studying the Post-Conflict Politics ofHistory and Memory in the BalkansMay 20 - 29, 2014$3,790 SPACE LIMITED - APPLY BY FEBRUARY 15 http://crdc.gmu.edu/education/balkans2014/ The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution is excited to announce a 3-credit, 9-day travel class to Serbia and Kosovo, which will take…See More
Jan 25
Craig Zelizer liked CRDC's discussion Work with Syrian refugees in Turkey over spring break (3 credit class with George Mason University)
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Work with Syrian refugees in Turkey over spring break (3 credit class with George Mason University)

Approaches to Conflict Management and Resolution:Field Work with Syrian RefugeesMarch 8 - 16, 2014$3,890 APPLICATION DEADLINE FEBRUARY 1http://crdc.gmu.edu/education/turkey2014/The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution (CRDC) at George Mason University is excited to offer a spring break class that…See More
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Work with Syrian refugees in Turkey over spring break (3 credit class with George Mason University)

Approaches to Conflict Management and Resolution:Field Work with Syrian RefugeesMarch 8 - 16, 2014$3,890 SPACE LIMITED - APPLY NOW!http://crdc.gmu.edu/education/turkey2014/The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution (CRDC) at George Mason University is excited to offer a spring break class that will give students the opportunity…See More
Dec 23, 2013

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Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself or the work of your organization (no more than 3 paragraphs)
The mission of The Center for World Religions, Citizen Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution (CRDC) is to engage emerging indigenous and global conflict resolvers, partner with them in innovative entrepreneurial growth, mobilize support for them, and create linkages between peacebuilders, citizen diplomats, students, business people and policy makers.

CRDC specializes in innovative international practice of conflict resolution and citizen diplomacy, international education seminars and field experience, conflict resolution analysis of current events, and business/organizational consultancies.

GOAL

The goal of CRDC is to inspire and generate successful incremental steps of positive change in intractable conflict situations that can become the basis for new approaches to diplomacy and foreign policy. Paths to positive change include: civil society development through education in conflict resolution, peer mediation, innovative religious, spiritual, and cultural forms of conflict resolution, culturally effective methods of cooperation on development projects of benefit to all parties, and an integrated relationship between the world of such work and the world of policy makers and diplomats. An essential element of this is effective relationship-building across multiple sectors of enemy systems and global governance systems, with the help of extraordinary ‘connectors’. But it also entails linking these networks to the complex layers of decision makers in the more privileged sectors of global society. An essential emerging component of this work, therefore, is social network research and the practice of social network peacebuilding through social media, films, and cutting edge venues of global communications. The work of CRDC ranges from grassroots work to policymaking, and seeks to develop and support more effective collaboration between grassroots leaders and policymakers with regard to education, social change, and nonviolent resistance to unjust structures.

ACTIVITIES

The major activities of CRDC’s staff include development of educational material, social media, and books. Secondly, CRDC engages in seminars, trainings, and public gatherings both abroad and at the University. Thirdly, CRDC engages the social network of positive change makers in the conflict regions and collaborate with them in a way that raises the profile of significant and cutting edge peacebuilding work in high conflict zones. Finally, it acts as a connector of the social network of positive change makers and the policy makers of the Washington region in order to generate more effective international support for and encouragement of cutting edge peacebuilding.
Please indicate if you're joining PCDN as an individual or organization (please mark the appropriate category)
international NGO, local NGO, university, consulting firm
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Middle East, specifically: Israel-Palestinian Territories, Syria, Afghanistan, Iran, Egypt.
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
Arlington, VA. USA
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Conflict Analysis and Resolution
What is your personal or organizational website?
http://crdc.gmu.edu
Which Languages do you speak Proficiently? (note we can not list all languages, only some major world languages or ones related to conflict regions)
Arabic, Hebrew, Persian
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Conflict Resolution, Dialogue, Diplomacy, Interfaith, Media, Nonviolence, Peacebuilding
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Curriculum Development, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research, Training

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