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Institutional Subscribers Group
Institutional Subscribers donate $100.00 or more annually or otherwise make significant contributions toward the Peacemakers Trust's bibliographic and resource website or educational events. In addition to a listing below, Institutional sponsors may elect to be featured on our most visited page of links to education and training institutions which has received more than 160,000 visitors in the past year. Inquire here. This program is available to organizations and institutions with programs relevant to the field of dispute resolution or peace and conflict studies, including universities and non-profit educational organizations.
- SIT Graduate Institute, Brattleboro, Vermont, USA
SIT Graduate Institute equips students with theoretical knowledge, field experience, and professional skills. Programs are based on an experiential learning model and a commitment to social justice and intercultural communication. Offering a Master of Arts in Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation.
- Brandeis University, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA
"Wage peace as powerfully as war is waged in the 21st century." Join The Heller School's global community drawing from the fields of international politics, human rights, ethnic conflict, culture, civil society movements, race relations, dialogue and mediation processes, and students from over 40 countries. Offering degree programs in Coexistence and Conflict.
- University of Victoria, School of Public Administration, Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution, Canada
The MA in Dispute Resolution (MADR) program seeks to provide students with knowledge and skills to contribute to the development of diverse, peaceful societies through their work with public sector and civil society organizations. Graduates of the MADR program go on to work in dispute resolution organizations and businesses, local and national government agencies, negotiation processes involving indigenous peoples and governments, international development and human rights organizations, non-profit organizations in Canada and other countries, and in the educational and health sectors. Some graduates also pursue further studies in PhD programs to become academics and researchers.