Quick links to find out more about peace and conflict studies at NCPACS
- Get more information about the PhD and Masters programmes.
- Get contact details for further information:
Rei Foundation Doctoral Scholarships 2017-2019
Applications are now open for the Rei Foundation Doctoral Scholarships, for study beginning in 2017. A minimum of two years work experience in the field of conflict/peace related issues is required for applicants to be eligible for this scholarship. Applicants must have a commitment to pursuing projects that build on the following existing strengths of the Centre after graduation.
Applications close on Friday 26 August 2016.
NCPACS / SGI Youth Peace essay competition 2016
NCPACS in association with SGI New Zealand is proud to launch the 2016 Youth Peace Essay competition. The theme is Unity in Diversity, and we are looking for essays that explore what it means to be a diverse society in Aotearoa New Zealand and how we can create a more tolerant, pluralistic and inclusive community. Share your ideas and experiences, as either a personal reflection, proposal for action or academic essay.
Entries close on 4 November 2016.
Find out more about the work of the Centre
- Watch an introduction to the Centre from Professor Kevin Clements
- Aims of the Centre
- Read our new Working Paper series
- Log in to the Centre wiki
Professor Kevin Clements introduces the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies