2nd Annual JCMI Symposium
For more information, please visit the JCMI Website.
For those interested in the Landlord Tenant Dispute program with the City of Greensboro, please explore the city website that provides further information on the program. For anyone interested in inquiring about the conciliator positions, please contact: email@example.com
November 16th, 17th, & 18th, 2016
The Joint Civil-Military Interaction (JCMI) Network at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), in collaboration with the Multinational Joint Headquarters Ulm (MN JHQ Ulm), will host a:
JCMI Key Leader Symposium, 16-18 November
Advancing Health through Joint Civil-Military Interaction
The goal of the symposium is to bring civil society, military, interagency, and academic actors together to take a Walk-in-the-woods to discuss strategic and strategic-operational approaches to joint civil-military interactions in hybrid conflicts as well as humanitarian and peace operations. The symposium is designed to provide participants with the maximum opportunity to interact in an open and creative environment regarding Healthcare as Peacebuilding Activity.
Current civil-military relationships often fall short of what is needed to meet human security needs. Changing global antagonisms and hybrid conflicts call for innovative, Whole-of-Society approaches to conflict transformation.
You are invited to participate with civilian, military, interagency and academic leaders in
identifying new ways forward in addressing civil-military interaction. We seek to move beyond old debates that have often been counterproductive, and prevented our moving ahead. Rather, we look to engage creative thinkers in building new forms of theory and praxis.
Who We Are
The UNCG JCMI Network brings civil and military actors and scholars together to investigate issues impacting civil-military interaction in peacekeeping and humanitarian actions. JCMI is based on communication, planning, and coordination among international, national, and local non-military actors and military leaders before, during, and post-crisis to facilitate the mutual effectiveness and efficiency of each. The goals of JCMI are:
1. Establish and strengthen partnerships among JCMI actors,
2. Build international collaboration,
3. Inform and educate policymakers regarding JCMI, and
4. Promote public policy initiatives that advance JCMI within peacekeeping and humanitarian response communities.
Critical for success of the network is its partnership with MN JHQ Ulm which is prepared to contribute to command and control of worldwide crisis management operations as tasked by the United Nations, NATO, or the European Union. The headquarters is at the forward edge of joint operational planning and doctrine development.
JCMI Website: http://civ-mil-network.wp.uncg.edu/
Thursday, October 6th, 2016
War & Peace Imagined Series Lecture: Achieving Accountability for Torture
Thursday, October 6, 2016, 2:00 pm
Ms. Christina Cowger from North Carolina Stop Torture Now (http://ncstn.org/) and UNC Law School professor (Deborah Weissman) will discuss a 168 page report that they recently published on the state of accountability for extraordinary rendition/torture victims entitled “Assessing Recent Developments: Achieving Accountability for Torture.”
Sept. 20th & 22nd, 2016
Landlord Tenant Dispute Program (LTDP) Refresher Training/Info SessionsSept. 20th – 5:00-6:00 PM
with Dr. Jeremy Rinker
If you are interested in getting some conciliation training and experience – please come and get involved! SAVE THE DATES!
Sept. 20th – 5:00-6:00 PM
Sept. 22nd – 5:00-6:00 PM.
Place to be determined, but we will be on UNCG campus somewhere!
Wednesday, April 13th, 2016
Conducting Public Diplomacy through International Student Exchange
with Dr. Thomas Matyók
April 13, 2016
Thursday, March 3rd, 2016
Relational Networks of Belief & Identity: Religion as a Cause for Positive Peace & Development
with Dr. Jeremy Rinker
March 3, 2016
Thursday, Oct. 1st, 2015
Join the PCS Department on Thursday, Oct. 1st for a Book Launch/Open House at Scuppernong Books! Click Here for more details!
Read Dr. Matyok’s newest article published in the Fletcher Security Review entitled: Time for a Re-write of the Guiding Principles for Stabilization and Reconstruction.
Thursday, May 7th, 2015
Thursday, March 5th, 2015
Thursday, December 4th, 2015
Friday, November 21, 2014
UNCG Leadership Institute 2014
Presentation: Employer’s Needs
Laura Taylor and fellow team members presented in the Maple Room of the EUC. They spoke about their year-long project to identify how to prepare UNCG students for today’s work force.
Thursday, November 13th, 2014
Wednesday, November 5th, 2014
Peer Mediation Workshop: GCS Middle Schools
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
Pursuit of healing and reconciliation: The deficit of compassion and creativity in violent conflict
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014
Community Connections: A Networking Event for UNCG Faculty and Community Partners
Thursday, September 18th, 2014
ISIS: A Long-Ignored or Emerging Problem?
Dr. Ali Askerov, Assistant Professor in the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies at UNCG, gave a presentation on the terrorist organization known as The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant(commonly referred to as ISIS and ISIL) on September 18th, 2014. This event was sponsored by the Islamic Studies Network and co-sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies & the Muslim Student Association.
Thursday, September 2nd, 2014
Thursday, August 14th, 2014
New Student Orientation 2014
The Department of Peace and Conflict Studies held a New Student Orientation for the 2014-2015 academic year on Thursday, August 14, 2014 from 5-7 p.m. The orientation took place in room 186 in the Stone Building.
Monday, July 14th, 2014
Ending Wars to Build Peace: Conflict Termination Workshop
Dr. Tom Matyók attended a session at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) in Washington, D.C., Ending Wars to Build Peace: Conflict Termination Workshop. Click here for more details.
July 14th 2014
2015 Elective Community Engagement Classification
We’re delighted to report that Dr. Emily Janke, Associate Professor in the Peace and Conflict Studies Department, will be a member of the National Advisory Panel for the 2015 Elective Community Engagement Classification through the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the New England Resource Center for Higher Education. Click here for more details.
May 21st – 23rd, 2014
Peacebuilding Education May 21 – 23
George Mason University, Washington, DC
Dr. Tom Matyók recently participated in two major events in the field of peacebuilding education. First, he attended the Alliance for Peace Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Dr. Matyók then joined leaders in the field for the Fourth Annual Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) Graduate Education Symposium held at George Mason University in Washington, D.C. Click here for more details.
Thursday, May 15th, 2014
Matyok on Transitional Policing
May 15, 2014
Location: 1111 19th St. NW, 12th Floor, Washington, DC
Saferworld, the US Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, Massey University and the Joint Center for International Security Force Assistance hosted an interactive discussion on transitional security design. They examined the nature of conflict compared to its definition in policy, and focused on how to define and include a community security perspective in this work that engages local understanding of security with that of outside implementers. Click here for more details.
May 12th -13th, 2014
Wade Maki, FTLC
* Featuring PCA MA students Valerie Glass and Jaffe Powers
May 12-13, 2014
Open to all UNCG faculty and staff
For more information about PowerUP, click here, and to register for this training, click here.
Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
Masters Graduation Event
Guest Speaker David Smith, MS, JD, Educational Consultant and Peacebuilding Trainer
May 7, 2014
Location: Stone 204
Special Peace and Conflict Studies event to congratulate our graduating students of the class of 2014. To read more about David Smith’s work, go here.
Monday, May 5th, 2014
Film Screening: Concrete, Steel, and Paint
Discussion with Amy Knorr and Sarah Rothshank
May 5, 2014
Location: Stone 186
As a continuation of the dialogue about restorative practices, begun last fall during Howard Zehr’s visit, the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies hosted a screening of this documentary followed by an engaged discussion. Click here for more details.
Thursday, April 24th, 2014
Discussion with Ali Askerov
April 25, 2014
Location: EUC, Dogwood Room
Ali Askerov, Assistant Professor in Peace and Conflict Studies, led an informal discussion about the role of Islam in the U.S. and around the world.
Monday, April 7th, 2014
April 2nd-3rd, 2014
Journey of the Universe/Journey of the University or What’s an Education For?
April 2-3, 2014
Environmental issues through the 2013-2014 UNCG Think Tank Class Ecologically SANE’s conference on Chautauqua at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Click here for the conference flyer.
Thursday, February 13th, 2014
Veterans Prospects for Peace
February 13, 2014: Opening Reception
February 10-28, 2014: Exhibit
Click here for more details.
Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
The Growing Edges of Restorative Justice
October 30, 2013
6 – 8 pm
Location: Stone 186
The CPS Annual Speaker Series hosted Howard Zehr; to read more about this event and Zehr’s visit to UNCG, click here.
Co-sponsored with: Office of Research and Economic Development; Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE); Innovations in Interpersonal Violence Prevention Research Group (IIVPRG).