The Center for Citizen Peacebuilding conducts research, advances education and organizes action to improve and expand citizen peacebuilding in the United States and around the world.
The center hosts lectures and conferences involving prominent citizen peacebuilders, including Nobel Peace Prize Laureates; trains local and international peacebuilding practitioners, including gang intervention workers; and facilitates peacebuilding efforts in conflict zones here and abroad.
Click here to view the stories of a new generation of peacebuilders we've helped launch.
- Peace and Justice Week
- Gang Intervention Training
- Students for Global Peacebuilding
- New Generation of Peacebuilders
- Southern California Network for Peacebuilding
- Orange County Peacebuilders Network
- Education for Global Peace
- Kugelman Fellows
- Our Peace Awards
OTI 5th ANNUAL GALA: Global Perspectives from a Foreign Correspondent: Terrorism, Diplomacy, Immigration and Prospects for the Future
May 15, 2016
Addressing Injustices and Bridging Divides
January 24, 2017
Addressing Social Justice Issues
January 25, 2017
Arts for Peace and Justice
January 26, 2017
Monroe named Berlin Fellow
May 10, 2017
Competitive honor includes semester-long stay next spring in Berlin to focus on research
Rachel Goldberg and David Snow, sociologists, KCET, April 12, 2017