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HRS105: Introduction to Peace Studies: Careers in Peace Work

This interdisciplinary course examines theories of war and non-violence; literature of domestic and foreign peace movements; the gender-military/war/peace connection; and global, national, and local organizations committed to non-violent conflict resoluti

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American-Mideast Education & Training Services

American Civil Liberties Union

Amnesty International

Carter Center

CARE, Inc.

Carnegie Council on Ethics & International Affairs

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Center for War/Peace Studies

Conflict Management Group

Conflict Resolution Center International

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service

The Fund for Peace


Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy

Institute for Policy Studies

Institute for World Affairs

International Alert

International Crisis Group

InterReligious Council of NY

Mercy Corps

National Peace Foundation

Non-Violence International

Program on the Analysis and Resolution of Conflicts (PARC)

Peace Brigades International

Peace Makers Trust

Peace Vox

Search for Common Ground


US Institute of Peace

United Nations

William & Flora Hewlett Foundation

World Commission on Peace & Human Rights Counsel

World Policy Institute