Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Program
The Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Program envisions regional networks of women leaders equipped to respond to conflict and build peace. To this end, WPLP offers contextualized peacebuilding leadership education and mentored practice designed to bolster regional cohorts of women peacebuilding leaders.
The Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Program offers:
- Graduate-level practice-based peacebuilding education designed to meet the needs of women in conflict zones
- A graduate, undergraduate, or training certificate in peacebuilding leadership from the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University
- Cohort-based education with other women peacebuilders from the same country or region
- Two periods of residential education consisting of seven weeks in the US and two weeks in-region
- A distance learning course that connects and supplements the residential education piece
- A mentoring component that enhances application of theory and practice
The Women’s Peacebuilding Leadership Program educates women in conflict analysis, prevention, and transformation through classes that focus on practice-based methodologies. Contextualized content and real-world examples experienced in the classroom are bolstered by mentored practice in the field. Through these components participants integrate content and practice with the end goal of transforming relationships and structures in ways that address the root causes of conflict at both local and global levels.
Women’s peacebuilding leadership news
- September 16th, 2015
The Summer Peacebuilding Institute at Eastern Mennonite University, which has emerged since 1994 as a global leader in the training of peacebuilders and social justice advocates, returns next summer for its 22nd season with several programmatic changes. Five- and seven-day classes, hybrid online learning options, training tracks on specific interest areas, and opportunities to attend ...More
New Center for Justice and Peacebuilding logo provides distinctive branding with traditional symbolismMay 11th, 2015
Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding recently released a new logo – a definitive rebranding that will carry the center’s renowned academic and training programs into the future. Since 1994, the center has utilized components of the university’s parent brand, with a more recent adoption of an icon, the dove carrying an olive ...More
Capstone Projects 2015: Center for Justice and Peacebuilding graduates research issues of conflict transformationApril 28th, 2015
When Katrina Gehman began her four-month practicum experience at the U.S. Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute (PKSOI), she quickly learned that some terms have different meanings in different contexts. The context she’d been immersed in as a graduate student in the conflict transformation program with the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) at Eastern ...More
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