ACTS Programme

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    22 Jun 2017
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    Applications for the 2018 CPCS Applied Conflict Transformation Studies (ACTS) Master’s Programme are open until October 31, 2017. Want to develop your skills and competence to build peace and justice in the...
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    15 Sep 2016
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    Revisiting Reconciliation – Making it Real Registration for the fifth annual Peace Practitioners Research Conference (PPRC) is now open! The conference will be held in Siem Reap, Cambodia on November 25-26. Under...
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    01 Aug 2016
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    Applications for the 2017 CPCS Applied Conflict Transformation Studies Ph.D. Programme are open until August 31, 2016. The Centre for Peace & Conflict Studies (CPCS) is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications...
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    24 Apr 2016
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    The Applied Conflict Transformation Studies (ACTS) Master’s Programme is unique in the field of conflict transformation though its utilization of a hybrid academic-practitioner perspective. The part-time two-year programme, provided in...
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    23 Apr 2016
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    The ACTS Master’s Programme is a unique blend of practical work, action research and theoretical study. By combining these elements, the ACTS course enables participants to develop knowledge and skills...
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    22 Apr 2016
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    Action Research (AR) is a radical approach to research methodology where the distance between the researcher and the subjects is broken down. At the heart of AR is the spirit...
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ACTS Programme turns 10!

FEATURED NEWS

2015 marked the 10th anniversary of the Applied Conflict Transformation Studies (ACTS) Master’s Programme. To mark the occasion, on December 12, Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) Chancellor Dr. Chea San Chanthan, PUC Rector Keara Phan, PUC Dean of the Faculty of Communication Dr. Raymond Leos, CPCS Executive Director Emma Leslie and ACTS Academic Director Noah Taylor joined ACTS faculty members, current and former alumni and other guests at the PUC Siem Reap Campus to celebrate 10 years of the programme. READ MORE

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ACTS MODULES

ACTS FACULTY

In addition to full-time members of faculty, CPCS is connected with a wide network of experienced  peacebuilders and academics who join residential ACTS modules as Guest Lecturers. This provides students with the opportunity to become integrated into a larger network of regional and global specialists in conflict transformation.
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ALUMNI TESTIMONIALS

Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC)

PUC logoBased in Phnom Penh with a campus in Siem Reap, Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC) has partnered with CPCS for over 10 years to deliver the ACTS Programme. PUC envisions a world at peace, where non-violent means are used to resolve conflicts, beginning with individuals, societies, governments, and extending to the community of world leaders in the context of international cooperation. The university considers education to be the foundation of individual’s character building and places special emphasis on quality research-based education, studies of peace, conflict resolution, development, moral and ethical conducts as well as social responsibility. READ MORE

 

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