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Tender Invitation: External audit firm

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies is looking for an external audit firm to provide audits on projects from 2022 through 2023. The consultation services shall be available between 1 January 2023 to 31 January 2024. Deadline to apply is 20th December 2022 by 5 PM Please submit tender application to [email protected] DOWNLOAD (DOCX)...
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Bavo Hitu

I had the best opportunity to take part in CPCS 2019. It was a terrific opportunity to socialize with new acquaintances from other nations and cultures. I gained a lot of knowledge from the facilitators since they employed a variety of techniques to make the lesson enjoyable and maintain participants’ interest. I enjoyed the conversation...
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Christopher Villegas

In the context of my church and community in the Philippines, CPCS significantly motivated my work. In order to foster peacebuilding in the Philippines, I have an ambition to establish a program akin to CPCS in my multicultural and pluralistic nation. I can now focus on promoting peace through a creative and cultural approach. To...
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Jody Saunders

I have witnessed CPCS expand, change, and inspire other places to establish comparable learning facilities. I believe that CPCS has a special way of valuing the contributions that the students make to the classes and has assembled a group of national, regional, and worldwide facilitators who keep up with new ideas and specifications for the...
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2022 Peace Practitioners’ Research Conference

The 11th Asian Peace Practitioners’ Research Conference (PPRC) aims to highlight the ways that people in Asia are mobilizing for peace in 2022. In the face of structural violence and stalled peace processes, there are courageous and inspiring movements across the region being led by young people, women, and indigenous communities who have visions for...
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Applied Conflict Transformation Studies

ACTS includes an expansive theoretical background situated in a systems perspective to offer the most comprehensive methodology for critically assessing conflict and skilfully designing methods of transformation. The programme also focuses on the development of a wide range of practical skills, including Action Research, which are carefully designed to improve participants’ capacities in both research and...
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Call for Applications

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 programme, provided in partnership with Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia, offers a thorough, rigorous, dynamic and state-of-the-art approach, drawing on the most up-to-date analysis of conflicts in the Asia-pacific region. READ...
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Paris Peace Accord from War to Peace

Delivered online on 25th October 2021 hosted by The Initiative for Peacebuilding “Cambodia’s journey from war towards peace: Reflections from Cambodian peacebuilders “Cambodia’s journey from war towards peace: Reflections from Cambodian peacebuilders on the 30-year anniversary of the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements”on the 30-year anniversary of the signing of the Paris Peace Agreements”

Alison Gerard

Professor Alison Gerard arrived as Head of the Canberra Law School in mid-2020. Alison’s research focuses on social justice issues and has been published in leading international and Australian journals. Her sixth book, which focuses on the criminalisation of young people in Out-of-Home Care, will be published by Routledge in 2021. READ MORE

6Cs for Peacebuilding

I notice we are always framing our conversations with the starting point of COVID – That is what most media outlets are feeding us. It is what makes us locked down. I really want to challenge us as peacebuilders to stop doing that – to stop talking about COVID the disease, and to start talking...
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