Center for International Conflict Resolution
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The Center for Conflict Resolution (CICR), founded by Professor Andrea Bartoli as the International Conflict Resolution Program in 1997 (the center took its present name in January 2002) is a research center located within the Institute of War and Peace Studies at the School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University.
- CICR contributes to the resolution of conflict through research, education and practice.
- CICR increases understanding of international conflicts through research and offers courses that disseminate knowledge about conflicts and their causes.
- CICR responds to the needs of parties involved in conflicts, empowering individuals and organizations to address conflicts constructively.
- CICR coordinates efforts of academics and practitioners from governmental, nongovernmental and international organizations in joint research and action.
- Senator George J. Mitchell - Senior Research Scholar (since 2002)
- Aldo Civico - Director (since 2008)