Stemming electoral violence in transition and fragile environments requires understanding the broader landscape of the conflict and how that conflict is managed. With important elections in Africa on the horizon in 2012-2013, this course will examine specific cases in which electoral violence may be prevented or mitigated through effective strategic planning and policymaking. The cases will include Nigeria, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Kenya, countries whose stability is…See More
2011 Professional Training Program in Peacebuilding and Development May 9th-27th - Washington, DC, USA Each summer the Peacebuilding & Development Institute (PDI) at American University offers a series of practical, skills-based training courses for professionals working in the non-profit, private, and government sector on the overlapping topics of development, conflict resolution, and peacebuilding. The courses blend cutting-edge techniques from the field with theoretical underpinnings…See More
Application Deadline is April 25th!In cooperation with Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), the 2011 Bologna Symposium will bring together the globe’s brightest young minds from top graduate institutions, international organizations, grassroots peace movements, and the armed services. Over a four-week period, participants will undergo intensive training by the field’s premier political…See More
January 17, 2011 at 8am to February 4, 2011 at 4pm
The University for Peace is proud to announce the opening of a second round of Institute courses from 17th January to 04th February, 2011.The UPEACE January Institute will consist of three, two and one-week short courses that will be taught by resident UPEACE faculty and international professionals with extensive expertise in diverse areas.Set in the serene campus of the university, the UPEACE January Institute offers the opportunity, in the month of January, for participants from diverse…See More
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