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The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) promotes interdisciplinary research and teaching in a collegial environment, analysing and investigating processes of conflict and conflict resolution in the construction of long term peace. CPCS develops academic knowledge of peace and conflict grounded in the experiences of people, places and history. It facilitates dialogue between individuals, groups or communities who are concerned with conditions of positive peace, with reference to interpersonal relationships, community relations, within organisations and nations, or relative to international relations.

Our research is conducted across a range of geographic spaces that includes Sub-Saharan Africa, Central and East Europe, Central Asia, China and Latin America. We analyse the complex issues facing the global milieu of peace and conflict using a variety of conflict resolution, social justice, and peace studies tools, processes, and methods. Research expertise includes: Children and Youth in conflict; Psychological dimensions of peace and conflict; Civil Resistance and Local Level Peacebuilding; History, Memory, Violence and Trauma; and Solidarity and Peace.

For more information please visit the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies home page.

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