• Happy 10th Anniversary NPA!

    The Inamori International Center for Ethics and Excellence at Case Western Reserve University is very proud to have had a partnership with the inspirational National Peace Academy for the past decade. We collaborated closely with NPA to develop and present the 2010 International Peace and War Summit, which had participants from many nations around the world, and to receive our Peace Pole, which we proudly display in the Inamori Center today. We have also been able to send students to NPA workshops to learn about peace building and conflict resolution. We are awed by and grateful for the work of NPA, on which our future depends." - Prof. Shannon E. French, Inamori Professor in Ethics
  • The National Peace Academy is...

    …a nonprofit educational organization that responds to today’s social, institutional, and ecological challenges.
  • To build peace the National Peace Academy does...

    …restorative justice training with a focus on RJ practices in schools; truth-telling and national dialogues around racial injustice, religious intolerance, natural resources; development of peace curricula for schools; and much more.
  • NPA at Point of View

    Point of View is an international retreat and research center dedicated to peace - a "Civilian Camp David" - located at George Mason University's School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR). Through an historic collaboration between NPA and S-CAR, Point of View is expanding to include residential facilities and opportunities for joint NPA/S-CAR programming.
  • The Five Spheres of Peace

    Based on the Earth Charter’s definition of peace, NPA’s programs and initiatives focus on five interrelated and interdependent spheres of peace: personal, social, political, institutional, and ecological.
  • Ripples of Peace

    National Peace Academy students and alumni are making "ripples of peace" around the world! Read the stories of how our students our applying what they have been learning on our alumni blog.

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