CPT INTERNATIONAL: Send applications before 1 May 2014 to join the Christian Peacemaker Corps summer 2014 training


8 April 2014
CPT INTERNATIONAL: Send applications before 1 May 2014 to
join the Christian Peacemaker Corps summer 2014 training

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Did you participate in a recent Christian
Peacemaker Teams (CPT) delegation that whetted your appetite for embodied peace
work, partnering with others working nonviolently for justice, and confronting
the injustice that leads to war? Does CPT’s style of peacemaking, confronting
injustice, and undoing oppressions work fit with yours? Is now the time to take
the next step and join the Peacemaker Corps?

If so, please send your application to join
the CPT Corps before 1 May 2014 for participation in CPT’s Peacemaker Training
in Chicago, IL, USA, 11 July-11 August 2014. Participants are encouraged to
apply right away. Doing so will make it possible to notify those accepted for
training in plenty of time for them to make travel arrangements. You will find
the application at https://www.cpt.org/participate/peacemaker/apply.

We are committed to anti-oppression work
both in and out of CPT, and we seek others also interested in this work. We are
seeking applicants available for stipend-eligible service, as well as
reservists.  For answers to more
specific questions, email Adriana Cabrera-Velásquez, Personnel Coordinator, at personnel@cpt.org.



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