Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding
In the Field. In the Classroom. Online.
USIP Announces Case Study Competition Winners!
The Academy is pleased to announce the eight winners of its inaugural Case Study Competition.
Academy Courses Spring 2013:
Academy Teaching and Training Around the Globe
USIP has trained approximately 35,000 people in more than 170 countries.
USIP partners with Peace Operations Training Institute (POTI)
Learn about opportunities to take courses in peacebuilding and peacekeeping.
'Honor' Killings Averted
Academy-trained Pakistani helps save lives.
Glossary of Terms for Conflict Management and Peacebuilding
Provides short definitions of a wide range of complex and often confusing terms.
Guide for Participants in Peace, Stability, and Relief Operations (Web Version)
Describes institutions that respond to crises and profiles government agencies and humanitarian organizations.
Sign up for the monthly Academy Bulletin
Keeps you up to date on the Academy’s efforts to increase the capacity of practitioners working in and on conflict zones around the world.
Academy Online: USIP's Academy Online team presented our new virtual simulation at the 6th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium in April. Read about the latest trends here.
USIP's Academy offers two dozen practitioner courses. These courses prepare professionals for in the field work and teach a variety of issue areas found in today's conflict zones. The courses are organized and mostly taught at the Institute's headquarters in Washington, DC. | Learn more
Workshops and Training in Zones of Conflict
Training and workshops are run for government and military personnel, civil society leaders, and NGO and IO staff. Read more about the Academy's In the Field Activities.
Online Courses and Simulations
The Academy Online will launch a suite of self-paced and instructor-led online courses developed by peacebuilding and conflict management experts. Stay tuned! Learn about the Academy's current online courses and simulations, including SENSE and Open Simulation Platform (OSP).
Educating the Next Generation of Leaders
The National Peace Essay Contest (NPEC) encourages U.S. high school students to explore the world of international peacebuilding. In addition to the essay contest, the Academy creates materials to prepare high school and college students for a career in Peacebuilding.
Faculty and Curriculum Development
The USIP Academy convenes seminars and workshops aimed at college faculty and secondary school teachers around the U.S. | Learn more about these regional seminars and workshops.