The New South Wales Human Rights Education Committee gratefully acknowledges the support of its partners. Below are some background information on our partners and their respective websites.

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPACS) was established in May 1988 as a specialist research and teaching centre within the University of Sydney. It promotes interdisciplinary research and teaching on the causes of conflict and the conditions which affect conflict resolution and peace. Projects focus on the means of justice and the means of attaining a just society. Projects examine the conditions which contribute to the attainment of equitable social relationships and the resolution of conflict with a view to attaining just societies. The Centre aims to facilitate dialogue between individuals, groups or communities who are concerned with conditions of positive peace, whether in interpersonal relationships, community relations, within organisations and nations, or with reference to international relations.

Conflict Resolution Network (CRN) works to create conflict-resolving community in a culture of peace and social justice. The purpose of CRN is to research, develop, teach and implement the theory and practice of conflict resolution, establishing a national and international network.Conflict resolution builds stronger and more cohesive organisations and more rewarding relationships. The Network aims to make conflict resolution skills, strategies and attitudes more readily and universally accessible. Most CRN material can be freely reproduced from the website.

Contact Details.

Dr Stella Cornelius
Conflict Resolution Network
PO Box 1016
Phone: 61 2 9419-8500
Fax: 61 2 9413-1148