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The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence is a growing organization consisting of psychologists, students, and professional affiliates from diverse disciplines and countries.

Our shared vision is the development of sustainable societies through the prevention of destructive conflict and violence, the amelioration of its consequences, the empowerment of individuals, and the building of cultures of peace and global community.

The Society was established in 1990 as the Division of Peace Psychology within the American Psychological Association, though belonging to APA is not required for belonging to the Division.


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Small Grants Program for the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology Research, Education, or Community Projects - February 26, 2015

The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology Division 48 of the American Psychological Association invites applications for small grants for projects that will foster the development of the field of peace psychology through research, peace education, and the application of peace psychology in community settings. Grant applications may request between $300 and $1,500.

To apply for a grant, please read the instructions by clicking here.

The Society welcomes applications from anyone with the qualifications to conduct the proposed project, including graduate students and persons from all nations. Approximately half of the grants will be awarded to graduate students or persons in their early careers. Membership in the society is required to receive, but not to apply, for a grant. 

Applications will be accepted through May 31, 2015 and the Div. 48 Small Grants Committee will announce decisions on July 6, 2015. For questions related to the application process, please contact Urmitapa Dutta at urmitapa_dutta@uml.edu


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The Society is delighted to announce that Dr. Scott Moeschberger will be serving as editor for Peace Psychology, the bi-yearly newsletter publication of the Division. Read Newsletter.