The Center for Conflict Studies is happy to share that CCS Visiting Scholar Julia Reynolds will be releasing a new book this fall, titled “Blood in the Fields: Ten Years Inside California’s Nuestra Familia Gang.”
(a) To advocate for nonviolent social change through research and practice
(b) To support and conduct empirical research that furthers understanding of conflicts.
(c) To support and develop context specific tools that can be used to manage and resolve conflicts.
(d) To create a network of practitioners and scholars to share knowledge, information, and expertise on conflicts.
(e) To disseminate information gained through research and practice to relevant institutions and policy makers.