The Civil Strategies approach to teaching and training is to cultivate critical thinking and reflective listening skills and foster team-building and "glocally" responsible citizenship through: 

  • Instruction for colleges, universities, and education organizations designing and expanding international research, curriculum, faculty, and development projects
  • Advising on innovative pilot projects, including a Conflict Assessment Independent Study Project with Washington, D.C. area graduate students to lay the groundwork for a conflict resolution apprenticeship program and upcoming George Washington University Summer Institute
  • Offering an undergraduate course, "Exploring Diaspora as a Social Process of Transnational Identity-Making"
  • Teaching (2014) a graduate course, "Global and Comparative Perspectives on Public Diplomacy" (American University School of International Service International Communication Program, course blog: https://edspace.american.edu/sis628/)
  • Speaking enagements

Does your organization need a public diplomacy instructor, conflict mediator, training module or an internship or service learning program? Click here to request more information.