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Justice, peace, and social change are only achievable when dedicated individuals and groups have the skills needed to accomplish their goals. We offer a wide variety of trainings to enhance your knowledge and practical skills and help you achieve your personal, community, and professional goals. All SPI courses are available for training or academic credit. Click the titles below for more information about the courses we are offering at SPI 2020 (starred courses are making their first appearance at SPI).
Session 1: May 11 – 19, 2020
- Analysis: Understanding Conflict
- Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR), Level 2
- Circle Processes
- Transformational Leadership for Organizational Change
- Restorative Justice: Principles, Theories & Applications
Session 2: May 21 – 29, 2020
- Formation for Peacebuilding Practice
- Transforming Community Spaces through Equitable Collaboration *
- Forgiveness and Reconciliation
- Peace Tech and Terror: Social Media Roles in Preventing and Fueling Violent Extremism *
Session 3: June 1 – 5, 2020
- Media and the Arts: Fueling War or Creating Peace? *
- Building Resilience for Challenging Systemic Racism
- Strategies for Trauma Awareness and Resilience (STAR), Level 1
- Designing Facilitated Processes that Work
- Embodying Resilience, Reigniting Creativity *
Scholarships, Fellowships, and organizational mini grants are available. We understand the financial difficulties and tight budgets that my keep you from getting the training you need. Click here for descriptions of what is available and how to apply.
For information about the Summer Peacebuilding Institute, including costs, courses, lodging, and scholarship opportunities, click here.
To apply to SPI 2020, click here.
(To start your SPI Application you will need to create an EMU My Forms account)
We look forward to seeing you at SPI 2020