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 ... read more about Annual Peacebuilder magazine highlights Center for Justice and Peacebuilding’s growing influence in healing justice work
The Summer Peacebuilding Institute (SPI) teaches 16 to 20 short-term, intensive courses each May and June. Courses are taught on a variety of topics, including but not limited to trauma ... read more about Summer Peacebuilding Institute at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding
The Consultation, Conference, and Writing program brings together practitioners, colleagues, strategic partners, and alumni of the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) to chart the past, present, and future of ... read more about Consultation, Conference and Writing at the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding
Dr. Jayne Seminare Docherty and Sam Rizk reflect on “Theory: Frameworks for Peacebuilding,” a class which they teach together at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute, a program of the Center for ... read more about Dr. Jayne Seminare Docherty & Sam Rizk, Theory: Frameworks for Peacebuilding
November 9, 2001 Short-Term Strategy: (Increased security in the next 2 years) Dismantle terrorist networks. Arrest al Qaeda operatives and bring them to trial. Avoid a focus on bin Laden, as ... read more about A long-term strategy for American security
On Monday, November 5, 2001, William Raspberry wrote a Washington Post column in which he asked: “Did I miss something? A few weeks ago, the administration line was that the ... read more about Is U.S. policy being driven by the Pentagon’s hardware?
Thank you so very much for inviting me to give this first keynote address for the teach-ins at EMU. First, I would like to congratulate Marcus Miller and the entire SGA committee responsible ... read more about Creating a big circle for a difficult discussion: Keynote address for the first teach-in at Eastern Mennonite University
Our instinct is to assume that anyone who would fly a passenger jet into a building, killing himself, everyone on board, and thousands of other people in the building must ... read more about What motivates the terrorist or potential terrorist?
“Go back to work; it will send a message to the terrorists.” “We need to send a message to the terrorists and all who support them and give them succor.” ... read more about Communicating with the terrorists and their supporters
We are professionals who have worked with the victims of violence during post-conflict reconciliation and trauma healing processes and on developing processes of peacebuilding and conflict transformation. Consequently, we know ... read more about A call for thoughtful response: Conflict transformation staff thoughts on trauma and healing