This article focuses on the North American Conflict Resolution Program - a twenty-first century mobility consortium in which universities in Canada, Mexico, and the United States exchanged students of conflict resolution. Drawing on student perceptions and, in particular, the experiences of the universities of Manitoba and Louisville, the authors discuss the positive outcomes of mobilizing students to study conflict resolution abroad for the students themselves, for faculty members involved, for university and other communities, and for the field of conflict analysis and resolution.
Tennent, Pauline; Senehi, Jessica; Fowler, Michael Ross; and Byrne, Sean
"The Six University Consortium Student Mobility Project: Promoting Conflict Resolution in the North American Context,"
Peace and Conflict Studies: Vol. 15
, Article 2.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/pcs/vol15/iss2/2