Irina Soboleva is a PhD Candidate in Comparative Politics and Cognitive Psychology. She combines field experiments and ethnography to enhance community engagement in polarized societies. Behind the Scenes: Three Lessons from the Field This summer, I have been running a field experiment on civil participation in Eastern Ukraine. In what comes below, I focus on… read more
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Peace Talks Radio: Finding Peace, Sustaining Peace – featuring AC4 Co-Executive Director, Peter T. Coleman
From the Peace Talks Radio Website: How do we find peace and how do we make peace last? It’s easy to become cynical and lose hope when faced with conflicts that seem intractable and have lasted for so long. But there are people working on solutions, even reaching across divides that seemed insurmountable in the past. On this edition… read more
Funny, Not Funny: Race, Comedy and Education – Stand Up for Equity! Wednesday, October 10, 2018 | 5:00 – 7:00pm Milbank Chapel, Teachers College Notes from the Field: Human Rights Summer Internship Panel Thursday, October 11, 2018 | 12:30 – 2:00pm Interchurch Center, 475 Riverside Dr. | Room/Area: Room 320C Book Launch: Forms of Pluralism and… read more
H is for Human Rights Tuesday, October 2, 2018 | 7:10 PM – 9:10 PM Faculty House, 64 Morningside Dr. | Morningside Campus A Trumpian Arms Control Agenda: What Might It Be? Wednesday, October 3, 2018 | 12:10 PM – 2:00 PM International Affairs Building, Room 1302 | 420 W. 118 St., Morningside Campus For… read more
Schools are complicated institutions. They have schedules, timetables, and closed rooms where people should be – and not be – at particular times. When this system ‘works’, one should be able to know where everybody is, with who, and doing what. Of course, human life is always more complex than that. My time in the… read more
“Understanding Environmental, Health and Economic Activity Interactions Following Transition of Ownership in Gold Mining Areas in Tanzania: A Case of Private to Public“ is now available online in Land Use Policy, Volume 79, December 2018, Pages 650-658. The article presents applied research conducted by the AC4 Environment, Peace and Sustainability Team and is co-authored by Sophia Rhee, Elias Charles Nyanza, Madison Condon,… read more
This week, Liberian Nobel Laureate, peace activist and Executive Program Director of our Women, Peace and Security Program, Leymah Gbowee, shared her reflections about peace, politics and the vital role of women in an opinion piece in the New York Times. She writes about how Liberian women changed politics, and shares insights on the power of women to… read more
Friday, Sept 28, 10am-12pm | RSVP Launch of the full version of The Missing Peace: Independent Progress Study on Youth, Peace and Security | Ministerial side-event to the 73rd session of the General Assembly AC4 was part of the Steering Committee for and proudly contributed a case study to The Progress Study, which documents young… read more
California State University, Long Beach, is hiring an assistant professor in the area of conflict and mediation
The Department of Communication Studies at California State University Long Beach is hiring an assistant professor in the area of conflict and mediation. Full details below. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH College of Liberal Arts Department of Communication Studies Tenure-Track Position Opening RECRUITMENT NUMBER: 2520 POSITION: Assistant Professor of Conflict, Mediation, and Negotiation EFFECTIVE DATE: … read more
Over the past years, citizenship education became a hotly debated topic in Chile. Several political corruption scandals involving elected officials and businesspeople called into question the strength of Chilean democracy, the probity and civic virtue of its representatives, and the institutions entitled to educate these traits, particularly the school system. Before the end of her… read more