The Summer Peacebuilding Program is a three-week, three-graduate credit professional and development training in conflict transformation.
The program serves the needs of working professionals who want to further their skills and knowledge in peacebuilding, as well as those who plan to pursue a graduate degree in conflict transformation.
For more information see: http://www.sit.edu/graduate/6638.htm
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The program explores ways to confront the past, intervene in the present, and create a shared vision for a secure and sustainable future. Through experiential and participatory education, participants develop a full range of peacebuilding skills and techniques.
Participants explore experiential learning and community building theory and practice and are strongly invited to engage in participant-led workshops. They also benefit from a unique opportunity to be in a diverse multicultural setting and share experiences and knowledge with peacebuilders from more than 30 countries around the world.
The Summer Peacebuilding Program entails the following main components:
Peacebuilding I: Conflict Transformation and Global Relations (2 Cr...
* Peacebuilding II: Professional Practices in Peacebuilding (1 Credit)
In Peacebuilding II, participants choose one of the following electives:
o Experiential Design and Social Action Training
o Peacebuilding and Development
o Women and Men as Partners in Peacebuilding
If there is enough interest, we will also offer:
Peace Education in Language Teaching