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Canadian School of Peacebuilding Courses

**Changes to the 2020 Canadian School of Peacebuilding courses and schedule

Due to the ongoing travel restrictions and social distancing directives in place across North America in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, CMU's Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP) is announcing the following changes to its June 2020 courses.

The following three courses will be offered in online format only:

  • Leading in an Age of Polarization, with David Brubaker (Eastern Mennonite University). 
  • Does Religion Cause Violence, with William Cavanaugh (DePaul University)
  • Reconciling Stories: Indigenous Laws and Lands, with Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair (University of Manitoba) REVISED COURSE – this course may be of interest to participants originally registered for Indigenous Politics, Land and Globalization (Rauna Kuokkanen) and Dreaming of Kanata and Canada (Niigaan Sinclair).

For more information please see the news release about changes to CSOP 2020.

Consider taking a course or two for academic credit with this international network in various approaches to peacebuilding, justice, reconciliation, conflict resolution, and community development. 

Contact Gina Loewen, MSC Academic Advisor, with questions about courses or process.



Register for a Conflict Resolution Studies or International Development Studies course through the Student Planning online registration tool in WebAdvisor.


Canadian Mennonite University Academic Calendar

Menno Simons College is a college of Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) and affiliated with the University of Winnipeg. To view the 2019-20 CMU academic calendar, click here

If you are interested in registering for a course at Menno Simons College, please register through the University of Winnipeg's WebAdvisor.

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