Guest Speakers and Workshops

The International Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation brings guest speakers and workshops from around the world to their students. These are opportunities for students throughout the year to gain valuable information and experience related to conflict resolution outside of their courses. 

Past years speakers and workshops included:

  • Rwandan activist Paul Rusesabagina and the ambassador of Rwanda
  • Professor Thomas Morton, Exeter University UK on Identities and Social Change
  • Professor Gilad Hirschberg, IDC Israel, on Existential Threat and Political Conflict
  • Professor Clifford Stevenson, Nottingham Trent University, UK on Challenges to Coexistence in Northern Ireland
  • Professor Rhiannon Turner, Queens University, Belfast Ireland on Improving Intergroup Relations
  • Professor Masi Noor, Keele University, UK on The Field of Social Psychology Today
  • Professor Alon Tal, Tel Aviv University on Overpopulation
  • Grant Writing Workshop
  • Professor Mantas Bileišis, Military Academy of Lithuania on NATO and Russia today
  • Professor Sari Nusseibeh on Palestinian Society and Peace
  • Dr. Shaul Arieli on the Two State Solution
  • Ami Ayalon, former head of security services 
  • Author Yossi Klein Halevy
  • Rosa da Costa, UNHCR
  • Industrial and Organizational Psychology Workshop with Professor Elliot D. Lasson, University of Maryland
  • Buddhism and Meditation Workshop with Dr. Keren Arbel
  • Dr. Lee Perlman on Conflict Resolution and the Arts
  • American political analyst Sarah Bard on strategic messaging in a political campaign
  • Professor Yossi Leshem on cross boundary cooperation in the Middle East
  • Women Wage Peace peace organization
  • Rev. Dr. Gary Mason on peace in Northern Ireland
  • Professor Joel Mokyr, North Western University
  • Dr. Frank Luntz
  • Suzan Podziba, Harvard
  • Employment workshops 
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