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Our Institute is a center of learning, research, and service in peace studies, conflict resolution, and human rights. We offer elective courses to students from all disciplines. For those who wish to specialize in the field, we offer three academic programs:
Prepared for the Aspen Institute by the Matsunaga Institute for Peace and
Conflict Resolution, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
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Pictured l to r: Carole Petersen, Director, Matsunaga Institute for Peace; Susan Chandler, Director, Public Policy Center; Denise Konan, Dean, College of Social Sciences
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Summer 2013 Class Schedule is now available!
Check out our new one-week, 3-credit course offerings for
Advanced Negotiation, and Mediation Theory & Practice!
Also check out the course listed for Hiroshima & Peace for an opportunity to study at The Hiroshima City University from July 24 to August 6, 2013
Students, faculty, and members of the community gathered on Conflict Resolution Day (October 18) to hear a talk by Associate Professor and Advisor for the Matsunaga Institute Brien Hallett. The occasion also served to launch Hallett's latest book "Declaring War: Congress the President and What the Constitution does not say.
The Spark M. Matsunaga Institute for Peace & Conflict Resolution envisions a university, community and world where the prevention, management, and resolution of conflict are a shared enterprise.
We are a multi-disciplinary academic community of scholars, students, practitioners, and visitors who seek to promote peace and conflict resolution through teaching, research, service and application.
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