Center for International Conflict Resolution
Committed to Conflict Transformation and Peace Building
The Center for International Conflict Resolution (CICR) at Columbia University, New York, contributes to the resolution of international deadly conflict through research, education, andÂ practice. CICR strives to increase understanding of international conflicts through innovative,Â collaborative research and is committed to offering courses, fellowships, scholarships, and training programs that disseminate knowledge about conflicts and their causes.
CICR’s efforts focus on participatory processes that increase social capital and engagement in long-term peace processes. We encourage the movement towards “positive,” sustainable peace and seek to generate creative opportunities to help strengthen this process. We foster inclusiveness and creative human development. Learn more.
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- Force Intervention Brigade in Congo "not a SWAT team" - GuĂ©henno
- "The Fragmenting Middle East" - GuĂ©henno
- "Mining, development and corporateâcommunity conflicts in Peru" -- CICR Post-Doctoral Scholar Fiorella Triscritti's Research Published in Oxford Community Development Journal