CJP’s annual magazine ‘Peacebuilder’ highlights education and global outreach

“Name any current major conflict in the world, domestic or international, and there is likely at least one graduate on location, employing the analysis and peacebuilding tools learned while studying at Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding,” writes Daryl Byler, executive director, in his foreword to the annual Peacebuilder magazine.

The 2016-17 magazine features articles on the theme of “Learning Through Theory and Practice,” focusing on the MA in conflict transformation program.

A sampling of articles about CJP programs

In addition to its academic programs, CJP also includes four programs that each receive individual treatment in the magazine: Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR), Summer Peacebuilding Institute, Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Program, and the Zehr Institute of Restorative Justice.

Peacebuilder magazine is housed at www.emu.edu/now/peacebuilder.   The site also includes professional profiles of CJP alumni, who are encouraged to update their profiles regularly.