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

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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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Healthy Buffs: Having tough conversations

This article is from CU Health and Wellness Services and originally posted here . Spending time with family can be as stressful as it is enjoyable. As we make the transition home, we can sometimes find ourselves having important conversations that can be uncomfortable. That’s why it’s important to remember...

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PACS Global Seminar: Migration, Human Rights & Conflict in the Mediterranean (Valletta, Malta)

Due to COVID-19, this course has been cancelled for Summer 2020, and will be offered again in Summer 2021. Highlights Learn from program director Dr. Michael English, the Associate Director and Core Instructor for the Peace, Conflict and Security (PACS) Program Learn about the complexities of Malta's history while earning...

Bedzra Dela Quarcoo, of Ghana, waves to the crowd after he is introduced. Friendship Force International brought more than 400 international visitors to Boulder this week for its 2019 World Conference at University of Colorado Boulder.

PACS Co-Hosts Friendship Force’s 41st World Conference, 2019

This article is from the Daily Camera, original posting here . This article is about the Friendship Force’s 41st World Conference , co-hosted by CU's Peace, Conflict and Security Studies Program. By Robert Tann Published: July 24,2019 Friendship Force brings 400 to Boulder to bring people together ‘at personal level’...