A central component of all interdisciplinary projects is the capacity to get and stay connected with project colleagues and relevant others through communications and virtual technology, ideally through a shared network. This year, AC4 will support the design and development of one such project: The consortium will use the Engaging Governments in Genocide Prevention (EGGP) program as a prototype for the development of effective and sustainable networks connecting innovative scholars, practitioners, and research participants engaged in the study of conflict, violence, peace-building, and sustainable development. EGGP is based at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Research (ICAR), at George Mason University, and takes place at Columbia University each spring. For more information on the EGGP program, and AC4-ICAR joint project on effective and sustainable networks, please contact Tetsushi Ogata, coordinator of the Engaging Governments in Genocide Prevention Program, at: email@example.com.
For more information on this project, please contact Hakim Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.