2014 Canadian School of Peacebuilding
|Come this summer to learn with peacebuilders – local and international, young and old, students, practitioners, and those new to peacebuilding – at the sixth annual Canadian School of Peacebuilding. We invite you to participate in your choice of five-day courses for personal inspiration, professional development, or academic credit. You can apply now at http://csop.cmu.ca/index.php/registration/.The sixth annual Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP), a program of Canadian Mennonite University (CMU), will be held in Winnipeg, MB, June 16 -20 and 23-27, 2014. Two 5-day sessions, each with three or four courses running concurrently, will be offered for training or for academic credit. The CSOP is designed to be an environment characterized by (a) education for peace and justice, (b) learning through thinking and doing, (c) generous hospitality and radical dialogue, and (d) the modeling of invitational community. The Canadian School of Peacebuilding is for people from all faiths, countries and identity groups.
Registration is now available at http://csop.cmu.ca/index.php/registration/. More information is available at csop.cmu.ca or by e-mailing [email protected]. Please pass this on to anyone you think might be interested.
We are delighted to again be able to offer courses taught by expert and engaging instructorswho are committed to peace work. We hope you will consider joining us.
Jarem Sawatsky and Valerie Smith
Co-Directors, Canadian School of Peacebuilding
Peace Skills Practice
Instructors: Natasha Mohammed and Marius Brand
Exploring Indigenous Justice and Healing
Instructor: Rupert Ross
Food, Farming & Faith: Living in God’s Creation
Instructor: Norman Wirzba
Restorative Justice with Youth and Schools
Instructors: Catherine Bargen and John R. Wiens
Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience
Instructor: Elaine Zook Barge
De-Colonial Theology: Thought & Practice
Instructor: Terry LeBlanc
Arts Approaches to Community-Based Peacebuiding
Instructor: Babu Ayindo