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Post Tagged with: "Canadian School of Peacebuilding"

Students to explore gender and violence in peacebuilding course

Students to explore gender and violence in peacebuilding course

When Dr. Carol Penner was asked to teach a course at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) examining gender, violence, and peacebuilding, she was happy to oblige. “I think it’s a course that’s really needed by the church,” says Penner, Assistant Professor… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Wendy Kroeker

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Wendy Kroeker

Wendy Kroeker, Instructor in Peace and Conflict Transformation Studies and Co-Director of the Canadian School of Peacebuilding, has taught at CMU since 2011. What do you love about your work here? Working at CMU gives us the opportunity to get… [More]

John Ralston Saul – Living with Uncertainty: The Road to Peace (video)

John Ralston Saul – Living with Uncertainty: The Road to Peace (video)

A public lecture with John Ralston Saul, presented by CMU’s Canadian School of Peacebuilding Living with Uncertainty: The Road to Peace Canada is more and more isolated from its allies because, without exception, the United States and European countries are… [More]

John Ralston Saul to speak at CMU’s Canadian School of Peacebuilding

John Ralston Saul to speak at CMU’s Canadian School of Peacebuilding

‘Living with Uncertainty: The Road to Peace’ title of lecture Respected public intellectual and award-winning writer John Ralston Saul will give a lecture exploring refugees and immigration at the Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP) next month. Ralston Saul will present… [More]

CSOP Participant Profile – Darnell Barkman

CSOP Participant Profile – Darnell Barkman

CSOP massively energizing for Canadian peacebuilder working in the Philippines When it comes to peace work in the Philippines, Darnell Barkman is on the front lines. Barkman and his wife, Christina, are Mennonite Church Canada Witness Workers, giving pastoral leadership… [More]

Peacebuilding school directors excited about 2016 offerings after successful 2015 session

Peacebuilding school directors excited about 2016 offerings after successful 2015 session

When Darnell Barkman found out he would be home in Canada during the Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP), he had to enrol. Barkman was one of 84 students from around the world who gathered at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) June… [More]

Diverse new book explores peacebuilding around the world

Diverse new book explores peacebuilding around the world

CMU to host launch of ‘Voices of Harmony & Dissent’ on Tuesday, June 16 A new book arising from Canadian Mennonite University’s (CMU) Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP) explores the stories, theory, and tools of 16 peace leaders, trainers, and… [More]

CSOP Participant Profile – John Fox

CSOP Participant Profile – John Fox

Criminal, prosecutor reunite at Canadian School of Peacebuilding John Fox and Rupert Ross are used to seeing each other in the courtroom, not the classroom. When Ross worked as the Assistant Crown Attorney for the District of Kenora, Fox encountered… [More]

CSOP Participant Profile – Debra Wilson

CSOP Participant Profile – Debra Wilson

Student finds place of belonging at Canadian School of Peacebuilding The Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP) has been a welcoming place for student Debra Wilson, who has returned to CSOP for a second time. Describing herself as a person of… [More]

CSOP Participant Profile – Lorne Brandt

CSOP Participant Profile – Lorne Brandt

Course helps B.C. man promote reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians. When the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada announced it would hold one of its national events in Vancouver, Lorne Brandt wanted to make sure he was prepared…. [More]