We announce two sessions of "Engaging as an Ally: A Sensitivity Training for Racial Equity" facilitated by Ericka Huggins.
Dr. Peggy McIntosh, author of "White Privilge: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack", is the keynote speaker at our 2016 annual conference on race conflict.
We invite creative and innovative proposals for our 2016 Annual Conference: "Breaking Through Shades of Color: Transforming Race Relations and Conflict"
“I have realized that my lens for perceiving the world is smaller than I would like it to be,” shares Middlebury Institute student Celina Lima, a participant with other students, faculty and staff in a series of candid conversations on race facilitated by Allies at MIIS.
CCS invites you to submit articles for the annual Reflections magazine. The theme of this year's magazine is race and conflict.
Admission to the 2016 Summer Peacebuilding Program (SPP) is now open! CCS welcomes students, practitioners and all those interested in exploring conflict, peace, development and security.
CCS Director, Dr. Pushpa Iyer, will be the guest editor of Peace Review's issue on race
Human rights activist, poet, former Black Panther and political prisoner Ericka Huggins gave an inspirational and interactive keynote address to kick off the Middlebury Institute’s Center for Conflict Studies fourth annual conference.
CCS is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2015 Race Conference!
CCS together with the Willam Tell Coleman Library at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, will host a discussion on Race and Colonisation through a discussion of the book 'A Small Place.'