Contact: Robert Elias, Peace Review, Politics Department, University of San Francisco, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, USA, e-mail for attachments: email@example.com
PEC maintains a mailing-list (PEC listserv) that allows peace educators all over the world to communicate with one another. Anyone interested in having their name entered on the list should write to: firstname.lastname@example.org. In the body of the message write: subscribe pec your name. Put nothing else in the message. To contact other peace educators from all around the world, send a message to: email@example.com
Contact: IPRA Secretariat, c/o Copenhagen Peace Research Association, Fredericiagade 18, DK-1310, Copenhagen K, Denmark, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Registration Secretariat for the `Hague Appeal for Peace', Van Namen and Westerlaken; Congress Organization Services; PO Box 1558, NL 6501 BN Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Tel.: +31-24-323-4471, Fax: +31-24-360-1159, e-mail: email@example.com
To consult any other list, replace `nisjobs' with relevant list-name: 1) nisjobs (NIS jobs in the US and abroad); 2) ceejobs (Central Europe related jobs in the US and abroad); 3) conflictjobs (conflict jobs in the US and abroad); 4) nisscholarships (former Soviet Union related scholarships); 5) ceescholarships (Central Europe related scholarships); 6) conflictscholarships (conflict and development related scholarships); 7) dcevents (DC-related human rights, conflict, development talks, conferences); 8) funandjokes (fun jokes).
You can also subscribe by e-mail--e.g. at firstname.lastname@example.org. For any other list, substitute the relevant name.
Contact: Craig Zelizer Ph.D. Candidate and Adjunct Faculty, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, 4260 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VI 22030-4444, USA, Tel.: +1-703-993-1300, Fax: +1-703-993-1302, e-mail: email@example.com
Contact: Summer Peacebuilding Institute, Eastern Mennonite University, 1200 Park Road, Harrisburg, VA 22802-2462, USA, Tel.: +1-540-432-4490, Fax: +1-540-432-4449 o. 540-432-4444, http://www.emu.edu/ctp/ctp.htm, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Resources for Peace, 141 W. Harvey St, Philadelphia, PA 19144, USA, Tel.: +1-215-849-4941, e-mail: email@example.com
The EPU offers two types of courses: the Master of Advanced Studies Program in Peace and Conflict Studies (MAS), and the Academic Credit and Certificate Program. The MAS is a one-year course and is designed to provide students with the skills needed to analyse conflicts and their underlying causes and dynamics. It also prepares students for a career in fields such as peacebuilding, development, and international co-operation. To be admitted to this course, students must have an Austrian university degree or international equivalent (MA/MSc). The Academic Credit and Certificate Program lasts one term and also deals with the analysis of conflicts and their causes and dynamics. It also covers the fields of peacebuilding, development, and international co-operation, laying the ground for an interdisciplinary approach to peace and conflict studies and offering both theoretical and empirical insights into the areas concerned. To be admitted to the course, students must have completed basic undergraduate studies and have been awarded a BA or equivalent. The MAS course begins in the autumn term; the Academic Credit and Certificate Program is offered both in the spring and autumn terms.
One of the EPU's main concerns is to bring the world's various cultures together and to create a transnational culture that respects diversity and pluralism without the constant threat of conflict. Students and staff come from many different countries and cultures.
Contact: EPU Secretariat, A-7461 Stadtschlaining/Burg, Austria, Tel.: +43-3355-2498, Fax: +43-3355-2381, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.aspr.ac.at/welcome.htm