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The Conflict Resolution Institute at DU
Our Educational Pledge To teach Conflict Resolution theory and skills To promote cross-learning connection of ideas.
Our Educational Pledge To teach Conflict Resolution theory and skills To promote cross-learning connection of ideas.
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In honor of Colorado's Conflict Resolution Month, CRI hosts Dr. Donna Hicks. These are pictures from her workshop on Dignity. 
Conflict Resolution Institute Hosts Donna Hicks- October 2013
37 Photos - View album

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6th International CRE Summit
Bridging Cultures: Education for Global
Citizenship and Civic Engagement

June 12 – 17, 2013
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Synergizer Energizer Night for
Conflict Resolution Month

May 16, 2013
Eden @ 3090 Downing St
Denver, CO 80205
(720) 545-4055


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"Please email a cover letter and resume to our Program Manager at Please write Case Manager Application in the subject line. Prospective candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview. No phone calls please.
Deadline to Apply: Applications will be accepted and considered on a rolling basis until the position is filled."

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"Protecting Civilians in Civil War: Village Elders and Conflict Resolution in Colombia"

Lecture by Dr. Oliver Kaplan

May 20th, 2013
12:00 - 1:30pm
Sie 150

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The Center for Middle East Studies is pleased to co-sponsor these two events with the Conflict Resolution Institute and DU’s Religious Studies Department:
Love thy neighbor? Thoughts on NGO Peacebuilding Across the Middle East
A Talk by Melinda Burrell
Thursday May 9 at 6pm
Sturm 451

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The Middle East Studies Center at Portland State University seeks a paid curriculum consultant to help develop Arab Culture through Literature and Film, a five-unit high school curriculum to increase knowledge about Arab culture.

Submit your resume and cover letter to Elisheva Cohen at by May 20, 2013

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Democracy is supported by freedom of the press. When the press is able to report on issues of interest, be they in favor or against the government in power, the system is legitimized by its transparency. When people are able to express their opinions in a non-violent way,  feel as though those opinions are being heard, and feel as though they are inspiring change with in the government/country, then the transition towards a democratic society can progress. However, a society that continues to block press freedom, freedom of expression, and cover up human rights violations will not be able to make the transition towards democracy.
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