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AU Negotiation Project held a simulation earlier in the semester on Inter-cultural negotiations. ey had a sizable turnout and all participants were able to experience first hand the difficulties involved in these types of negotiations.

On April 7th, AUNP will be hosting another event on Hostage Negotiations, with a member of the negotiation team of the DC Police Office.

Johan Galtung

p re s e n t s

How Wars End: a Look at the Wars in Iraq, in Afghanistan, and on Terrorism

Save the date!


end of tHe year celebration

Wednesda , April 28th, 4:00 - 5:30 pm Location : TBA Look for more information on the IPCR Listserv

Sponsored by SPCR and IPCR


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    : IPCR/EPGA Facult , Staff, Students, Alumni

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      attendees are welcome to bring a guest

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    : ednesda , April 28, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

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    : Guapos, enleytown

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        food will be provided by IPCR


Group Spring 2010 Topics


Creative Peace Initiatives

Visions to Peace Project’s director Johonna McCants, Ph.D will be hosting a training entitled:

Abrahamic Faiths: Perceptions and Relationships MONDAYS, March 15 - March 29 2:30 - 5:00 pm Stranger in a Strange Land: Navigating Cultural Identity in an Interconnected World MONDAYS, Feb 22 - April 12 5:30 - 8:00 pm Dudes before Dames: A Critical Look at Gender (for those who identify as men) TUESDAYS, Feb 23 - April 13 5:30 - 8:00 pm Dames before Dudes: A Critical Look at Gender (for those who identify as women) TUESDAYS, Feb 23 - April 13 5:30 - 8:00 pm “White”, Like Me: Conversations about Race WEDNESDAYS, Feb 24 - April 14 5:30 - 8:00 pm Religion and Sexuality: Exploring the Divide WEDNESDAYS, Feb 24 - April 14 5:30 - 8:00 pm

Vision is Power: Centering Youth’s Perspectives on Violence

Saturday, April 17th from 4 - 6 pm. Location TBA

Using the documentary “Vision is Our Power” as a resource, the training will explore methods to engage youth in interactive exercises focused on understanding violence. is workshop will also explore how to assist students to brainstorm and then vote for creative strategies for peacebuilding, as well as how to use theatre to create and practice actions to challenge interpersonal violence in their everyday lives.

CPI is also currently partnering with Cesar Chavez Public Charter School to get students motivated and prepared for a Model United Nations Sum- mit on Darfur. roughout the months of April and May they will be working closely with the school, and are in need of volunteers.

For more information or to get involved, please e-mail Alison Drury at ad3848a@student.american.edu or Lauren Harvey at lh6720a@student.american.edu

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