EventsMonday 21st September 3.30-5pm – Friends Meeting House, London
Presentation of Nonviolent Peacekeeping research carried out at Leeds Beckett University by Dr Rachel Julian
You can book here
16-20th November – Leeds
Politics and Applied Global Ethics Festival – including speakers and workshops on Global inequalities, Development, Corruption and Violence.
Friday 20th November – Leeds
All day workshop on Nonviolence and Nonviolent Strategy a Leeds Beckett University.
Wednesday-Thursday 27-28th January 2016 – Leeds Beckett University
Preparatory Conference on Militarisation and the Transformation from a War Economy to a Peace Economy. Feeding to the World Congress in Berlin in September 2016.
Call for papers is here.
September 20th- October 2nd 2016 – Berlin
World Congress on the Transformation of the War Economy: Disarmament for Development by the International Peace Bureau
More details here
October 14-15th 2016 – Leeds
The Annual Peace History Conference
There is an annual seminar series open to the public
For information, to attend or volunteer for all these events please contact Rachel Julian email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leeds Beckett University run a series of options for people wishing to study peace and social change.
We are available to offer specifically designed short courses on areas related to peace, nonviolence, disarmament, resistance, conflict resolution and peace building.
We offer both theory and practical aspects in our courses, and all our degrees or short courses encourage and enable a critical perspective on current mainstream approaches and options for achieving social change.
Undergraduate Degree: BA (Hons) International Relations and Peace Studies
Postgraduate: MA Peace and Development
MPhil or MRes (research based)
PhD supervision in all areas of the expertise above
Short courses: Nonviolence and Nonviolent strategy
Developing and Managing Projects
More information is available from Leeds Beckett University or Rachel Julian.
Peace Studies at Leeds Beckett includes Dr Rachel Julian, Prof Dave Webb (Emeritus), Dr Steve Wright and Dr Robin Redhead.
We are all actively involved in both academic research and social activism. We see a close connection between teaching, research and social change and embed this in our approach to peace studies.