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ANNOUNCING the Peace Practitioners’ Research Conference 2013 themed the transformation of identity-based conflicts in Asia. The Conference will be in Siem Reap, Cambodia, from 6th to 8th December 2013.
Developing best practice for strategic intervention into conflict
The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) is home to a range of interconnected programmes that promote the advancement of peace processes, research and learning. CPCS creates opportunities for practitioners, students, academics and analysts to access information and resources that are contextually grounded; and supports people in country and conflict situations through network support mechanisms and consultancy services.
Our Conflict Programmes are currently focused on peace processes in Myanmar, North East India and the Philippines. We work, with governments, armed groups and other like minded partners across the Asia Pacific region, to help people across Asia make more informed and strategic initiatives into violent conflict and transformation. We offer many courses and consultancy in this field, including the innovative and acclaimed MA Course, Applied Conflict Transformation Studies (ACTS).