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Experiential Approaches to Peacebuilding Webinar
February 28th, 2017 | SIT Graduate Institute
SIT Graduate Institute is please to share the recording of our Nov. 15 webinar, Experiential Approaches to Peacebuilding, which drew participants from around the world. This page includes links to the recorded webinar and a post-webinar survey that we hope you will complete. There are also links to material that you may find useful in deepening the conversations started here. Please feel free to share these links widely.
Audio-visual record of the webinar
Useful publications: The following publications of the presenters may be useful to deepen the conversations we started in the webinar:
- Kriesberg, L. & Dayton, B. (2016). Constructive Conflicts: From Escalation to Resolution. 5th edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
- Ungerleider, J. (2016). Let’s Talk about It: A Guide to Leading Youth Dialogue.
- Ungerleider, J. & Turk, A.M. (Forthcoming, January, 2017). Experiential activities in mediation-oriented training: Cyprus 1997-2013. Conflict Resolution Quarterly.
- Ungerleider, J. (2012). Structured youth dialogue to empower peacebuilding and leadership. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 29(4).
- Arai, T. (2013). Art, Creativity, and Conflict Transformation: A Practitioner’s Field Note. Juniata Voices [online].
- Arai, T. (2009). Creativity and conflict resolution: alternative pathways to peace. Routledge. Link to interview about book.
The SIT Peace and Conflict team will organize our next webinar in early spring 2017. Please feel free to send us your comments and suggestions at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
Join us at SIT: The SIT Graduate Institute offers a master’s degree in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation as well as degrees in other fields with the option of a January or August start date each year. SIT also offers a short-term peacebuilding program in Vermont each spring and in Kathmandu, Nepal, each fall for professionals and practitioners. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.