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

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Maymester 2018: PHIL 3260: Philosophy & the International Order

Looking for a Maymester course? Here is another option for you to consider that is an approved PACS certificate course! PHIL 3260: Philosophy & the International Order Maymester 2018 MTWRF 9am – noon PHIL 3260 examines ethical issues concerning globalization. In 1947 the UN came up with the Universal Declaration... Read more »
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May 9: Lessons on the Road to Peace

We invite you to a lecture at the Colorado Chautauqua on "Lessons on the Road to Peac e" is based on photographer John Noltner's 40,000 mile journey across the country, asking people of diverse backgrounds the simple question, "What does peace mean to you?" May 9th, 2018 Doors: 6:30pm, Showtime... Read more »
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April 25th: Women who went to join ISIS

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:00 - 1:00pm Hazel Gates Woodruff Cottage In 2014, when IS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi called for women to join his so-called ‘Islamic State’ (IS), unprecedented numbers of women left for IS-controlled territory. How can we explain the extraordinary high numbers of women who joined IS?... Read more »
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April 28th: Trivia Night to Support Refugee Children

Trivia Night When: Saturday, April 281th 7pm-9pm Where: Dark Horse House 2922 Basline Road Boulder, CO 80303 Come support education of refugee children with the United Nations Association of Boulder County! All proceeds for this event go towards the Adopt-A-Future campaign to build and support a primary school in the... Read more »
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Maymester 2018: IAFS 3630-001: Radical Nationalism in Contemporary Northern Europe

April 23, 2018

Have you signed up for your Maymester course yet? Consider enrolling in IAFS 3630-001: Radical Nationalism in Contemporary Northern Europe M-F 9:00am-12:00pm, HLMS 247, with Dr. Ben Teitelbaum. *This course is an approved course for the PACS certifiicate The course will explore the recent rise of radical nationalism in northern... Read more »
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Fall 2018: WGST 3702-001: U.S. Gender and Sexuality Studies (SS): Speak Up: #metoo #notallmen

April 13, 2018

Check out this new fall 2018 course: WGST 3702-001: Topics in U.S. Gender and Sexuality Studies (SS): Speak Up: #metoo #notallmen MWF 11:00-11:50, HUMN 1B90 Dr. Alison Hatch Examines patterns of sexual violence and gender-based crime with a focus on stigma, normalization and other social aspects. Students will develop knowledge... Read more »
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March 21: Countering violent extremism and lone-actor terrorism:Findings of the PRIME project

Countering violent extremism and lone-actor terrorism:Findings of the PRIME project Dr. Gradon will present observations and conclusions drawn from an EU-funded project (FP7 PRIME) aimed to improve the understanding of lone actor terrorism. The project seeks to inform the design of social and physical counter-measures for the prevention of lone-actor... Read more »
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April 8th: Foreign Policy Essay Contest - Where can America do less?

Foreign Policy Essay Contest - Where can America do less? The National Interest and the John Quincy Adams Society have just announced a foreign policy essay contest for students - undergraduate, graduate, and PhD. The winning essay will appear in TNI and receive $1,000. The first twenty entrants will receive... Read more »
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March 14: CU Boulder Student Walk Out Against Gun Violence

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018. 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM UMC Fountain to Norlin Library Quad WE, the students of the University of Colorado Boulder, are FED UP with the current state of guns laws in our nation. This is an issue that unites us ALL-- no matter your race, gender,... Read more »
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Feb. 22 - South Sudan: Perspectives on the Crisis

The United Nations Association - Boulder County Chapter offers events free and open to the public. February 22, 2018 1:00PM to 3:00PM Boulder Main Public Library, Boulder Creek Room Free event, open to public South Sudan: Perspectives on the Crisis. Mr. Losuba Wongo, is a former officer in the army... Read more »

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