Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution

Contact Information

Ernest E. Uwazie, CAPCR, Director & Professor

California State University, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6085
Phone: 1-(916)-278-6282
Fax: 1-(916)-278-3429
E-Mail: capcr@csus.edu 

CAPCR provides conflict resolution, conciliation, peace-building services & research for African (Diaspora) groups, governments, organizations and families.

Tribute to Nelson Mandela (if you want to see the comments or add your voice click on this link) or contact the Director

Photo of MandelaProgram tribute For nelson Mandela plan for December 12, 2013 5:30 -7:30 PM on the CSUS Campus (check here for information)

Invocation at the Mandela Tribute on CSUS Campus

More Mandela Tribute including the program mentioned above

Photos from the tribute

The Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution (CAPCR) is located in the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) at California State University, Sacramento. Sacramento State is one of 23 campuses of the California State University system - the largest system of senior higher education in the world. CAPCR draws upon the resources of a highly trained interdisciplinary team of faculty and conflict resolution experts committed to the Center's mission. The Center also draws on the unique assets of Sacramento State, California's Capital University.

Here are a few ways we reach out to the community:

Training and Education

CAPCR faculty offer training in mediation, negotiation and arbitration, and peace-building, peace-making and conciliation strategies.

Research

CAPCR faculty conducts conflict resolution program evaluations, and prepares and presents conferences/seminars and requests for proposals.

Direct Service     NEWLETTER NOW AVAILABLE Volume 7 Number 6 Spring/Fall 2013

Press Release regarding the 2014 Peace Awards Dinner (Awardees include Rev. Dr. Ephraim Williams, St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, Sacramento)

 

CAPCR faculty provides group facilitation advice, focus groups, mediation and arbitration, negotiation advice, and election observation/supervision.