The high-level dialogues will cover the following topics:
- Peacebuilding and Sustainable Development in Post-conflict Societies (focus on Tunisia)- Reducing gun violence and improving the effectiveness of violence-reduction policies- Youth Entrepreneurs and the UN Sustainable Development Goals- Peace X Design: Building the Cosmopolitan Canopy and fostering Dialogue Cities- Dialogue across the partisan divide: a depolarizing workshop with Bill Doherty and David Blankenhorn of Better Angels- The role of worker-owned cooperatives in post-conflict societies- Peace education and curriculum development related to the Nobel Peace Prize
Delegates need to meet three requirements: 1) you must have a specific topical focus for your involvement at the Forum, 2) work with a supervisor, faculty member, or peace-related organization, and 3) produce a specific product or "deliverable" (project, paper, or action) out of the experience. To apply, please answer the following questions. The NPPF office at Augsburg will review your application and let you know if you have been accepted as a delegate shortly. If accepted, you will receive a registration code that allows you to register as a delegate. Schools or organizations can sponsor delegates to attend (contact your school or organization to see if they are a sponsor). The registration fee for un-sponsored delegates is $120. Sponsored delegates attend at no charge.