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FOCUS: Clearance Operations Trends & Technologies
FEATURE: Age and Gender Issues in Post-conflict Environments
PLUS: Notes from the Field and Research & Development
June 2012: CISR completes peer-support training workshops in Rwanda
Following up on training workshops CISR conducted in 2011 with its partner organization IBUKA, CISR is participating in a new series of workshops to prepare trainers and new peer-support workers. IBUKA is Rwanda’s largest support network for genocide survivors. ...Read more.
May 2012: CISR and JMU College of Business Awarded $629,513 USAID Contract to Work in Iraq
CISR is pleased to announce the receipt of a $629,513 USAID grant to provide information and guidance regarding accreditation of two Iraqi universities through the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International). ...Read more.
May - June 2012: JMU Welcomes 21 International Senior Mine-action Managers
From May 16-June 13, 2012, the Center for International Stabilization and Recovery at James Madison University will host 21 senior managers from international landmine-action organizations for the residential Senior Management Training course (SMC). ...Read more.