#NoWar2018 - World Beyond War: Legalizing Peace

Registration is still open for World Beyond War’s annual conference!

OCAD University, Toronto, Sep. 21-22, 2018

2018 PJSA Conference registration still open

“Revolutionary Nonviolence in Violent Times: 50 years since 1968”

Sep. 27-30, 2018 – Arcadia University, Philadelphia, PA

Members of PACS-Can


share a common commitment to the promotion of just and non-violent solutions to contemporary conflict


Upcoming Events


Art exhibits, public talks, academic conferences, and more…


NEW Issue of Peace Research

The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies

Tell us about your writing!

We want to promote PACS-Can members’ publications to our networks


Resources for PACS scholars and practitioners

Videos, directories, bibliographies, and more from our partners…


The Peace and Conflict Studies Association of Canada (PACS-Can) is an evolving community of scholars, educators, and practitioners united by a common commitment to the promotion of just and non-violent solutions to contemporary conflict, whether at the local, national, or global level. We aim to amplify the voice of the evolving peace and conflict studies community within Canada, and to provide a collaborative forum for those working in the fields of peace and conflict studies, conflict resolution, alternative dispute resolution, and restorative and transitional justice.  We seek to foster research, debate, and dialogue on how Canada can best contribute to the creation of just, sustainable societies, to the peaceful settlement of disputes, and to the reduction of violent conflict.

We invite you to consider becoming a member of PACS-Can. In addition to joining a growing community of like-minded individuals, your PACS-Can membership also means you will automatically also become a member of the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA), a bi-national association of Canadian and US scholars, teachers and activists.

PACS-Can is generously supported by our Sponsoring Programs
from the following institutions:


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