Month-long course in Peacebuilding skills: conflict analysis and prevention, intercultural communication and interfaith dialogue, trauma healing. Overlooking Lake Geneva, Mountain House has been a place for reconciliation since World War II. For the past 17 years, The Caux Scholars Program has been held to benefit from the resources of this place. Under the direction of Dr. Barry Hart, Professor at Eastern Mennonite University and editor of the 2007 book, "Peacebuilding in Traumatized Societies, this training also includes a day in Geneva at the United Nations and Interpeace, participation in the Caux Forum for Human Security (see www.cauxforum.net)and designing and presenting a conflict analysis to a public audience. Caux Scholar alumni number over 300 from 85 countries.
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