Category: Equitable Justice & International Peacebuilding

Equitable Justice & International Peacebuilding

Peacebuilding Practices: Part 2 – Coffee Tables and Capital Punishment: Peacebuilding to Resolve Personal & Societal Conflicts

Welcome to Part Two of our series on peacebuilding practices at Hartford International University for Religion and Peace. Today, we’ll investigate Paraphrasing as an everyday skill for building understanding. This piece is co-authored by Phoebe…

peacebuilding skills to resolve conflicts
Equitable Justice & International Peacebuilding

The Four Elements of Moral Imagination

Peacebuilders have the complex task of examining conflict, collective trauma, and working with communities to overcome cycles of violence. Our Master of Arts in International Peacebuilding program deeply engages students in a skills-focused application of…

Equitable Justice & International Peacebuilding

Master’s in Peacebuilding Promotes Understanding Collective Trauma

Hartford Seminary’s Master’s in International Peacebuilding program develops students’ capacity to engage conflict constructively, build empathic relationships within groups, and nurture communities that foster inclusivity and compassion. One aspect of the program is promoting an…

role of art in healing trauma and peacebuilding
Equitable Justice & International Peacebuilding

Through Peacebuilding We Learn That Our Liberation is Bound Together

Phoebe Milliken, Faculty Associate in International Peacebuilding at Hartford Seminary, discusses changing the International Peacemaking Program to a master’s degree that integrates interreligious literacy with practical approaches to building peace in communities.

Through Peacebuilding We Learn That Our Liberation is Bound Together