CCS is excited to announce our Peacebuilder Fellows for summer 2014!
We are announcing the launch of the Summer Peacebuilding Program (SPP), a three-week long intensive training program designed to bridge the theory and practice of building peace in societies that are emerging from conflict, violence or war.
The Center together with The William Tell Coleman Library at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies will host a discussion centered around the book 'I Am Troy Davis'
Carmel Mayor Jason Burnett will deliver the keynote address at the Monterey Institute’s Center for Conflict Studies annual conference on November 6.
CCS is proud to announce that Carmel Mayor Jason Kestrel Burnett will be the keynote speaker at the 2014 Water Conference.
The Center for Conflict Studies hosted a well-attended roundtable discussion on law enforcement relations with communities of color that won praise both from participants and from a local reporter covering the event.
The Monterey Institute’s Center for Conflict Studies hosted a well-attended roundtable discussion on law enforcement relations with communities of color that won praise both from participants and from a local reporter covering the event.
Salinas Chief of Police, Kelly McMillin; Salinas Community Member, Rosemary Soto; and Senior Communications Officer of Northern California ACLU, Will Matthews on October 9
Stay tuned for our learn about our 2014 keynote speaker and panelists joining our water conference!
CCS Visiting Scholar, Julia Reynolds, will discuss the Nuestra Familia gang, the subject of her book, "Blood in the Fields." She will also highlight findings from her ongoing research on the role of women and girls in the gangs of Salinas.
We are excited to announce our third annual conference to be held in Monterey, CA from Nov. 6-8, 2014!