Below, we have listed announcments, news, and events related to the Peace, Conflict, and Security Program at CU Boulder.

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Feb 19: Introduction to Circle Dialogues Process

February 19 th from 10:00am - 3:00pm MST : Learn to facilitate Circle Dialogues ! This training is free and open to all members of the CU Community. Space is limited so please RSVP by the 17th to reserve your spot. Register Here The Process The Circle Process is a...

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Spring 2021 Course: GEOG 3742-581

Dec. 7, 2020

An approved course for one of your PACS electives is GEOG 3742-581: Place, Power, and Contemporary Culture, with Dr. Shruthi Jagadeesh. What is ‘power,’ and how are spaces produced through relationships of power? GEOG 3742 introduces students to key theories and contemporary debates in critical and feminist geography through a...

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Spring 2021 Course: GEOG 3682-581

Dec. 7, 2020

An approved course for one of your PACS electives is GEOG 3682-581: Geography of International Development. Today, amid rising global debates about migration, regional instabilities from the Mediterranean to the South China Sea, and transnational corporations increasingly involved in everything from poverty to governance to climate change, the politics of...

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Nov 20: What It Means to Disagree, Admit a Degree of Uncertainty, and Maintain a Robust Friendship: A Dialogue

Nov. 13, 2020

Event Date: Nov 20, 2020 Event Time: 12:00 PM MST Location: Virtual Register Here Join Patty Limerick, director of the Center of the American West, and Jennifer Ho , director of the Center for Humanities & the Arts , as they talk about what it means to disagree. The partisan...

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Nov 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 24: Post-Election Dialogues

Nov. 9, 2020

Join SCCR for a dialogue series, bringing students together to discuss the impacts of the 2020 election. We will be hosting separate dialogues for students who are satisfied with the election results, and students who are unsatisfied with the election results. Making Meaning and Looking Forward Registration Post-Election Dialogues: Making...

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Oct 7: A Year in Conflict (virtual panel event)

CU Conflict Resolution & the Peace, Conflict and Security Program Presents: A Year in Conflict (virtual panel event) on Wed, October 7, 2020 from 12:00pm - 1:30pm MDT, open to all for free (must RSVP). Join with Conflict Resolution scholars and practitioners as they discuss COVID-19, Racial Injustice, Climate Change,...

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Oct 14: 100 Years of “Notorious” Women: Voting Rights and Equal Rights

Join CU CWA on Wednesday, October 14 from 5:30 - 6:45 p.m. MDT for a live virtual panel discussion. Watch live at colorado.edu/cwa and you can RSVP here . Leading scholars and practitioners of women’s voting rights both historically and today will discuss the evolution and current state of women’s...

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Oct 14: Voting Rights (event)

The CU Boulder Center for Inclusion and Social Change presents the "How To Talk About What Matters" series Upcoming Event: Wednesday October 14: Voting Rights 5:00 - 6:30pm MDT Please note: registration with an @colorado.edu email is required. Registration link below Register Here With this series, learn and practice skillfully...

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Nov 5: Indigenous Mascots

Oct. 3, 2020

The CU Boulder Center for Inclusion and Social Change presents the "How To Talk About What Matters" series Upcoming Event: Thursday, November 5: Indigenous Mascots 5:00 - 6:30pm MST Please note: registration with an @colorado.edu email is required. Registration link below Register Here With this series, learn and practice skillfully...

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How to Navigate Conflicts and Disagreements at Home

Many of us have had to make significant changes to our everyday lives in the face of uncertainty and adversity. Social distancing dictates that we spend the bulk of our time indoors with the same people day in and day out. The combination of these can lead to increased stress,...

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