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The National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies addresses the most enduring and intractable problems confronting humanity

Postgraduate Information Session

Info dayFind out about international careers in the social change sector.
Find out about studying for a Masters or PhD with NCPACS.
When: Wednesday 27 September
Where: St David 5
Time: 1.00 - 1.30

Rei Foundation Doctoral Scholarships 2018-2020

Applications for the Rei Foundation Scholarships for study commencing in 2018 have now closed. Applicants can expect to be contacted in October regarding the outcome of their application. 

Rethinking Pacifism for Revolution, Security and Politics conference, 22-24 November

Register here for the Rethinking Pacifism for Revolution, Security and Politics conference, to be held 22-24 November 2017 at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. This conference is hosted by the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, and convened by Professor Richard Jackson.

Find more information about the conference here.  

Radical Nonviolence Hui, 20 - 22 November

Preceding the conference, there will be Radical Nonviolence Hui from 20 -22 November, at Puketeraki Marae in Karitane.
Find more information about the Radical Nonviolence Hui here.
Email the Radical Nonviolence Hui organisers.

Join our passionate faculty to study development, peace-building and conflict transformation

The Centre is the only one if its kind in New Zealand, and our master's degree is one of very few such programmes in Australasia.

Master of Peace and Conflict Studies 2018

Apply here for the Master of Peace and Conflict Studies 2018. 

Further information about the course is available.

Students who take PEAC595 (Practicum and Research Report) may be eligible for financial assistance to undertake their practicum overseas.

Email: Dr Katerina Standish, Director of Masters Study

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Professor Kevin Clements introduces the National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies

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