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The application form for the 2015 NARPI Summer Peacebuilding Training in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia will be posted by 31 March 2015.

2014 Schedule:

Week 1
August 9-13

(Arrivals Aug 7-8
Registration Aug 8)

Course #1

Conflict & Peace Framework
Wendy Kroeker & Francis Daehoon Lee

Course #2

Theory & Practice of Peace Education
Kathy Matsui & Sriprakash Mayasandra

Course #3

Restorative Approach to Historical Conflict
Jae Young Lee & Atsuhiro Katano

Field Trip - Aug 14-16

Visits to Nanjing Massacre Museum and other sites of history, culture, and current peace work


Week 2
August 17-21

(Departures Aug 22)

Course #4

Arts and Stories for Peacebuilding: Presenting our Histories Justly
Kyoko Okumoto & Atsuhiro Katano

Course #5

Psychosocial Trauma: Awareness and Response
Al Fuertes & Wang Xuefu

Course #6

Peacebuilding Skills: Transformative Mediation
Jae Young Lee & Wendy Kroeker

General application process:

  1. Read the 2014 Summer Training information package.

  2. Complete application form, along with all required documents (resume, recommendation letter, passport copy), and submit by email to before July 15.

  3. After receiving acceptance letter and billing statement, transfer payment to the NARPI bank account.

  4. In cooperation with the NARPI admin team, apply for a visa (if necessary).

  5. Purchase flight ticket, or make other plans for transportation.

  6. After receiving pre-course readings and field trip readings by email, start studying to prepare for your courses and the field trip.

  7. Join the Summer Training and enjoy two weeks of networking, sharing and learning.


NARPI 2014 Summer Training courses will be held at Nanjing University, Xianlin Campus.

During the entire program we will stay at Jiangsu Sports Bureau Training Center (JSBTC) located across the street from the Xianlin Campus. Participants will stay in two-person rooms. The hotel is located 10-15 minutes from the classrooms. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be served at the hotel.