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2016 Annual Conference

Breaking through Shades of Color: Transforming Race Relations & Conflicts

November 3-5, 2016, Monterey, CA

This conference builds on the 2015 conference on Race Conflicts. In this conference we seek an exchange of ideas and expereines on dealing with race conflicts and strategies to transform these conflicts and existing race relations.

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2015 Annual Conference

Breaking Down Shades of Color: Power, Privilege and Potential in Race Conflicts

November 5-7, 2015, Monterey, CA

This 2015 conference aims to highlight the sources, nature and growing incidence of race-based conflicts and the efforts being made to manage, resist and transform these conflicts. View the schedule and panel topics for more details.

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2014 Annual Conference

Conflict over Water & Building Bridges with Water

November 6-8, 2014, Monterey, CA

This conference seeks to explore the many notions of justice, the importance and role of justice in conflict and peace, the various approaches to justice, and the key players involved in providing, seeking and receiving justice. View the schedule and panel topics for more details.

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2013 Annual Conference

Maneuvering the Maze: Understanding Justice in Conflicts

November 14-16, 2013, Monterey, CA

This conference seeks to explore the many notions of justice, the importance and role of justice in conflict and peace, the various approaches to justice, and the key players involved in providing, seeking and receiving justice. View the schedule and panel topics for more details.

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2012 Annual Conference

Religion & Gender: Identity, Conflict and Power

November 10-12, 2012, Monterey, CA

The conference will highlight the complex relationships between religion and gender in a global context. It seeks to explore conflicts that arise at the nexus of gender and religion while simultaneously promoting spaces for empowerment that arise in these interactions. View the schedule and panel topics for more details.