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Michelle Cromwell is a professor, dialogue facilitator and peace and conflict resolution practitioner. She holds a Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and her areas of speciality are peace education, violence prevention, capacity building and multicultural advocacy.
In addition she works as an independent consultant to do programming around issues related to peace building, violence prevention, capacity building, race and ethnic relations and culturally sensitive interventions. She also produces a local cable television program in her town of residence called Multicultural Perspectives. The program challenges skewed perspectives of global customs, attitudes and beliefs by showing guests and ideas from multiple perspectives.
She is the founder of Multicultural Village, a non-profit organization whose mission is to address and transform conflict in multicultural societies. Multicultural Village will be the first Caribbean residential peace camp designed primarily to address peace and conflict resolution among disparate youth.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
Caribbean and Africa
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Villager Elders (Facilitators), Interns and Volunteers for Summer 2009
We are hiring Workshop Facilitators/Village Elders and Interns for the Youth Empowerment Village and Multicultural Village -Jamaica Village Programs. Applications will be available until the end of May. Volunteers are also needed on an ongoing basis to assist with operations. Limited Unpaid internships are also… Continue
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As informed earlier our country is in turmoil. At the moment the people, particularly the Tamils, including myself, are living under great tension due to the happenings in the war zone where tens of thousands of civilians are living in fear of their lives due to aerial bombing and shelling.
The problem has to be sorted out as early as possible to allow the people to lead a pleasant life. That is why I sought the services of MultiCultural Village to bring sustainable peace with good governance to our country.
Your help in sorting out the problem, would be greatly appreciated.
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You must come post about your work in our Global Education Collaborative ning! http://globaleducation.ning.com. We're basically just a bunch of teachers interested in promoting global awareness and 21st century skills in our various institutions.
When looking at your profile and your description of your summer work in Africa, I think of two things. One is the Heifer International camp in the south where kids simulate life in various villages and ecomonic states in order to understand others. The other thing I think about is a project that a woman named Mindy Faber works on... the name of the project escapes me, but she's a Global Ed ning member. She's working with youth in the Carribean and here in Chicago on a project related to the slave trade. For more specifics, come visit our ning and you can find Mindy in our membership list. Also, look for Julene Reed who participates in the Heifer program!
Hope that helps!!!
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