Call for proposals, Consortium of North American Peace Programs (CONAPP) Undergraduate Peace and Justice Conference, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA, USA. Deadline: February 1, 2022.
The Consortium of North American Peace Programs (CONAPP) invites proposals for The Unfinished Work: Students Enacting Radical Peace, the first undergraduate student-centered, peace and justice conference at Gettysburg College (Pennsylvania, USA), early June 2022. Masters and doctoral students, professors, and community members may attend, learn and dialogue, but presenters will only be undergraduates from Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Organizers invite proposals related to any of the following themes: peace, justice (food justice, restorative justice, prison abolition), sustainable development, human rights, conflict resolution/transformation, peace education, philosophy of peace and non-violence, climate change, and unsettling settler colonialism. You may also submit proposals that reflect peace-related themes not explicitly mentioned here. Proposals should specify the format: Workshops, Panels, Papers, Projects, Performances, Artworks.
Peace and Justice Fellowships for Undergraduates, Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA, USA, January 8-14, 2022. Deadline: September 15, 2021.
Are you an emerging leader working on issues of peace and justice? Join the first class of Peace and Justice Transformative Leaders! Organizers are thrilled to introduce this unique fellowship that identifies and amplifies the skills and visions of emerging, undergraduate peace and justice leaders. Held by the Consortium of North American Peace Programs and sponsored by the Gettysburg College Peace and Justice Studies Program, and the Garthwait Leadership Center at Gettysburg College, this fellowship is the first of its kind. All undergraduate students (from Canada, the US, and Mexico) with at least one academic year remaining in their education, upon completion of the fellowship, are eligible to apply.
Selected fellows will be invited to Gettysburg College for a week of intensive programming designed to develop their leadership skills in the realm of peace and justice work. From January 8th through January 14th, 2022, fellows will meet with academics and practitioners to learn tangible skills and create their own social change projects. Fellows will be expected to implement their own projects upon completion of the fellowship. Selected fellows will have all expenses paid to attend the week of programming in January of 2022, including accommodation, transportation, and meals.