Elmer Malibiran holds a degree in sociology from the University of Santo Tomas – Manila, and a master of arts in conflict transformation from the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University, in Harrisonburg, Va. In his master’s studies, Elmer focused on restorative juvenile justice and war-to-peace transitions. Since 2008, he has been involved in various research projects that focus on young people’s involvement in violent organizations, armed conflict, organized violence, post-conflict juvenile justice, and community development. Elmer is a fellow with the Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives.
- e-Therapy and e-Support: An expressive therapist explores how to be supportive from a distance, when face-to-face isn’t an option
- Ali Gohar: Seeking to win minds and hearts in Pakistan with a carrot, not a stick
- Envisioning the Future
- Peacebuilding Compared: ‘Restorative justice, policing and insurgency: Learning from Pakistan’
- Alumni-in-Action: Danny Malec
- Afghanistan Babu Ayindo Barry Hart Brian Gumm Carl Stauffer David Brubaker Elaine Zook Barge Fulbright Scholar Harrisonburg Howard Zehr Jayne Docherty John Paul Lederach Lisa Schirch Mennonite Central Committee PhD PhD candidate restorative justice Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience Summer Peacebuilding Institute USAID