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Perspectives on Waging Conflicts Constructively

Bruce Dayton, Louis Kriesberg, editors
December 31, 2017

Nabatchi awarded 2017 Sharon M. Pickett Award by the Association for Conflict Resolution

The award recognizes contributions to environmental and public policy issues, and is being awarded to Tina Nabatchi, professor of public administration and international affairs, for her book "Collaborative Governance Regimes."
October 10, 2017

Gerard and Castro conduct conflict management workshop in Jordan

Catherine Gerard and Peter Castro conducted a four-day workshop in Amman, Jordan. The workshop was funded by the Near East Foundation Olive Oil Without Borders III Project to promote reconciliation between Palestinians, Israelis, and Jordanians by strengthening economic cooperation and promoting mutual understanding in the olive sector.
August 18, 2017

Gerard and Bruno-van Vijfeijken deliver leadership program in Tanzania

Catherine Gerard and Tosca Bruno-van Vijfeijken delivered the Senior Leadership Development Programme in Tanzania. They were invited by several large international NGOs: ActionAid, Amnesty International, Greenpeace, and Oxfam.
August 16, 2017

Purser report on treatment of dairy farmworkers cited in NY Times

Gretchen Purser's research on labor conditions for dairy farmworkers is playing a central role in an ongoing NY State Supreme Court battle in which farmworkers are arguing for their right to organize. Purser's report, "Milked: Immigrant Dairy Farmworkers in New York State," was cited in the New York Times. 07/20/17
July 20, 2017

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Purser cited in Albany Times Union article on state dairy worker injuries

The Albany Times Union article, "Two-thirds of dairy workers have been injured at least once, report finds," features Gretchen Purser's recently released report, "Milked: Dairy Farmworkers in New York," that looks at the treatment and working conditions of immigrant laborers who work in milking parlors and barns in New York State. “The rates of injury were far higher than we expected,” Purser told the Times Union. “That was stunning.” 07/11/17
July 11, 2017

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Purser, Ortiz Valdez release report on treatment of dairy farmworkers

Carly Fox, Rebecca Fuentes, Fabiola Ortiz Valdez, Gretchen Purser & Kathleen Sexsmith
June 2, 2017

Gerard and Castro conduct conflict management workshops in Belize

Catherine Gerard and Peter Castro traveled to Belmopan, Belize to conduct three workshops with University of Belize faculty and staff. At the conclusion of the Environmental Governance and Conflict Management Workshop, participants were awarded certificates from the University of Belize Environmental Research Institute.  
April 4, 2017

Sultana meets Pope Francis during Vatican workshop on water issues

Farhana Sultana, associate professor of geography, examines a multitude of social issues related to access to clean water, including health, education, environmental justice and gender equality. Due to her decades-long research into water access, Sultana was invited to speak at The Human Right to Water workshop hosted by the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Vatican City.

March 22, 2017

Purser featured in Syracuse.com article on CNY job market

In the Syracuse.com article, "CNY's Job Hunt: 4 vital issues facing those hunting for work in a changing market," Gretchen Purser says the lack of jobs for people in the middle is a vital issue facing the job market as we've shifted away from manufacturing to medical and educational careers. 
February 15, 2017

INSCT awarded grant to study law & policy of unmanned aerial systems

The INSCT project—Law and Policy of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles—was awarded $68,248. The project will develop a policy and legal framework that supports the use of various types of unmanned aerial systems throughout the state, while ensuring public safety, protecting civil liberties and promoting industrial growth. 

January 6, 2017

Eating, Drinking: Surviving

Farhana Sultana
December 31, 2016

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Conversations in Conflict Studies with Owen Pell

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Genocide & Mass Atrocity Prevention:  Emerging Infrastructures and Practices.” Guest Speaker: Owen Pell is a Partner at White & Case LLP.
The last 15-20 years has seen the field of genocide and mass atrocity prevention emerge from the broader field of human rights studies.  Prevention studies aim to move beyond how and which rights are defined and recognized under international law, and crisis intervention.  By contrast, prevention studies focuses on better identifying, measuring, and interdicting or interrupting the processes which result in outbreaks of genocide and mass atrocity crimes, and on making societies more resilient in preventing outbreaks of genocide or mass atrocity violence.  This new focus, which has paralleled the UN’s focus on the Responsibility to Protect, has begun to foster new infrastructure for addressing genocide prevention, and new practices for engaging within government, among governments, and, among corporations, civil society, and governments.  

Conversations in Conflict Studies is a weekly educational speaker series for students, faculty, and the community. The series, sponsored by PARCC, draws its speakers from Syracuse University faculty, national and international scholars and activists, and PhD students. Pizza is served. Follow us on Twitter @PARCCatMaxwell, tweet #ConvoInConflict.

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