Announcements

 

Call for Abstracts for 2017 Warfare, Environment, Social Inequality, and Peace Studies (WESIPS) Biennial Conference (Deadline: 2016-10-01)

14 June 2016 | Center for Cross-Cultural Study

Over millennia, warfare, environmental degradation, and social inequality have brought much suffering to humankind. In an effort to facilitate interdisciplinary cross-fertilization, WESIPS brings to...

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STUDENTS - APPLY NOW! Campus Organizer, Enough Project's Conflict-Free Campus Initiative 2016-17 (Deadline: 2016-07-01)

17 May 2016 | Enough Project & STAND

The Conflict-Free Campus Initiative (CFCI), a joint initiative of the Enough Project and STAND, draws on the power of student leadership and activism to support peace in the Democratic Republic of...

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Call for Papers: Preparing the First Book on Media, Peace & the Environment (Deadline: 2016-05-16)

8 May 2016 | Media Association for Peace

Call for Papers is still open! MAP is pleased to invite journalists, activists, students, researchers, environmental experts and policy makers to submit papers to the first publication on Media, Peac...

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New Study: Good Governance of Natural Resources Essential for Post-Conflict Peacebuilding and Economic Recovery

3 May 2016 | ELI, UNEP, University of Tokyo, and McGill University

WASHINGTON, DC and GENEVA—After armed conflict, those who survive need food, water, shelter, the means to earn a living, and the promise of a return to safety and civil order. A new study released t...

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Natural Resources Leadership Academy

29 April 2016 | Oregon State University

NRLA puts a unique twist on the standard college based learning environment, allowing both the graduate student (credit) and working professional (non-credit) the opportunity to learn side-by-side, sh...

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Hiroshima & The DMZ: The Ethnology of Environmental Peacebuilding in Korea & Japan (Deadline: 2016-04-08)

5 April 2016 | Peace Park Expeditions and Ohio University

Experience the power and beauty of East Asian culture, language and ecology in the Hiroshima and the DMZ program. This summer will take students back in time as they learn about the practical and symb...

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Environment in Humanitarian Action: Why It Matters?

22 March 2016 | Consultative Group for Emergency Preparedness and Response

When you think of humanitarian action, do you ever reflect on the environment? You surely see humanitarian relief as saving lives, alleviating suffering, providing aid and maintaining dignity. But is...

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Do You Know Leaders in the Environment and Security Sectors in Liberia, Côte d'Ivoire, or South Sudan? Send Us a Message! (Deadline: 2016-03-25)

10 March 2016 | ELI & UNEP

The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) are soliciting input from Members of the Environmental Peacebuilding Community of Practice to help identify st...

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Environment, Peace, and Security Certification of Professional Achievement (Deadline: 2016-03-15)

8 March 2016 | Columbia University

Columbia University’s Environment, Peace, and Security Certification of Professional Achievement will prepare you to understand the rapidly changing connections between environment and security dyna...

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Environmental Peacebuilding & Sustainability: Peace Parks in the Balkans (Deadline: 2016-03-15)

6 March 2016 | International Peace Park Expeditions & Ohio University

International Peace Park Expeditions and Ohio University will offer the following accredited academic expedition focused on Environmental Peacebuilding this summer with a deadline to apply of March 15...

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