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New Free Professional and Academic Networking Site in Conflict Resolution, Peace Studies, Human Rights, International Development, Gender, Civil Society Development, and more
This is an invitation to join Peace and Collaborative Development Network (internationalpeaceandconflict.org), a new online initiative to bring together professionals, academics and students involved in Conflict Resolution, Human Rights, International Development, Democratization, Social Entrepreneurship and related fields.
The network fosters interaction between individuals and organizations around the world and currently has over 1000 members. The site is a terrific networking tool where you can find local and international partners and practitioners, share resources, and exchange best practices. Discussion topics and personal blogs can also be posted. The site also has a video section where members can access and view videos related to the field.
Becoming a member is fast, easy and free. Please, take a minute to visit and explore the network.
Thank you and we look forward to any constructive ideas that will help us improve this website/network. We would appreciate if you could also forward this information to your colleagues.
Radina Ivanova, Editor, M.A. Student, Conflict Resolution Program,
Craig Zelizer, Ph.D.,Visiting Assistant Professor, M.A., Conlict Resolution,
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