Peacemaking in practice: The Caux Scholars Program
CSP - Peacemaking in practice08/01/2015
The Caux Scholars Program (CSP) aims to enable 20 people from around the world every year to become trust builders in their communities through experiential education in conflict transformation and principled leadership.
We aim to further equip the participants for resolving conflicts from the communities in which they work.
Through interaction with peacebuilders, scholars will leave better prepared to shape the conflicts that they work to resolve.
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