Below are links to websites with more information on the people, organizations, and events that
Peace & Conflict International has come into contact with. We provide this information for convenience and information
only. PCI does not necessarily endorse or support external organizations.
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Sac State Websites
- Sacramento State (California State University at Sacramento)
- This is where it all starts, since we are a student organization at Sac State!
- Sac State Government Department
- Many members of PCI are government majors with a focus in international relations.
- International Affairs Master’s Program
- A few members are graduate students of international affairs.
- Peace and Conflict Resolution Minor
- Peace and Conflict Resolution is an interdisciplinary minor at Sac State
with most of its courses drawn from the Social Sciences. The courses introduce students to the processes of understanding and changing social conditions
in order to lead to a more peaceful, just, and conflict-free society and world.
- Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution
- The Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution (CAPCR) is located in the College of Health and Human Services (CHHS)
at Sac State. CAPCR
provides conflict resolution, conciliation, peace-building services, and research for African (diaspora) groups, governments, organizations, and families.
- Professor David Andersen
- Professor Andersen is the club’s faculty advisor. Check out his link for more information.
Professor Andersen is also the program director of the peace and conflict resolution minor (see above).
- Professor Patrick Cannon
- Professor Cannon was a key speaker at two PCI events during the fall 2009 semester (see archives page).
- Professor Boatano Mosupyoe
- Professor Mosupyoe was a key speaker at a PCI event during the fall 2009 semester (see archives page).
You can also check out her personal website.
- Professor Rae
- Professor Rae was a key speaker at a PCI event during the fall 2009 semester (see archives page).
- Children’s Hope Foundation
- Children’s Hope Foundation provides humanitarian aid to children and adults in Haiti and other
countries. Members of this organization travelled to Haiti almost immediately after the earthquake. Shortly after
returning from one of these efforts, Leisa Faulkner shared her experiences with PCI members.
For more information on Leisa and her organization, check out the following recent interviews in the
Sacramento News & Review
Capital Public Radio.
- Peace One Day
- In celebration of the United Nation’s International Day of Peace (21 September),
PCI screened a film produced by this organization (see archives page).
- Paz Sin Fronteras (Peace Without Borders)
- This event coincided with the UN’s International Day of Peace and was discussed at our meetings.
- Global Majority
- Professor Mosupyoe discussed the work of this organization at a PCI event (see archives page).
- Witness for Peace
- This is a politically independent, grassroots organization committed to peace, justice, and sustainable
economies in the Americas. Representatives from this organization spoke at a PCI event during the fall
2009 semester (see archives page).