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Explore Peace and Conflict Resolution In South Africa Summer 2014

  • Wednesday, July 16, 2014
  • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Johannesberg, Pretoria, Durban, Midrand & Soweto, South Africa

Explore Peace & Conflict Resolution in 

JULY 16 to 28, 2014

Travel and learn about the arts, culture and legal system of modern South Africa with an emphasis on peace-making and conflict resolution.

A highlight will be attendance at the 4th International Pan-African Peace Conference.

A joint program of Afripeace Foundation* and California Lawyers for the Arts*, in collaboration with the Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution(CAPCR).

*501 (c) (3) nonprofit organizations

Tour Leader
Dr. Ernest Uwazie, Executive Director, Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution, & Professor of Criminal Justice, California State University Sacramento; Founder, Afripeace Foundation.

Trip registration
Ellen Taylor
Associate Director, California Lawyers for the Arts
Director, Sacramento Mediation Center

Your trip will include:

* Personalized interactions with government and community leaders in Johannesburg, Soweto, Midrand, Pretoria, and Durban;

* Visits to significant historical and cultural sites from among the following;
  • The Nelson Mandela Center for Memory,
  • Community mediation and reconciliation center
  • Pan African Parliament,
  • Ghandhi Development Trust,
  • Mandela Family Museum,
  • Lesedi Cultural Village,
  • Apartheid Museum (Truth & Reconciliation Commission),
  • Shakaland Zulu cultural village,
  • African Center for the Constructive Resolution of Conflicts (ACCORD), etc.
  • African Drumming
  • African Art
  • African Music
  • African History
  • Museums
  • Markets
  • Shopping
Cost: $3650 per person/double occupancy
[Single occupancy: $975 additional]

What is included?
  • 12 nights hotel including daily breakfasts
  • Welcome dinners in Johannesberg, Pretoria and
  • Durban
  • Entrance fee to Peace Conference including two luncheons
  • Entrance to three museums and Neighborhood mediation center
  • All local arrangements including transportation by bus and tour guides
  • Tips for bus driver & guide
  • Program related coordination and administrative costs
What you are responsible for:
  • Round-trip transportation to Johannesburg, South Africa*
  • Visa
  • Passport
  • Required vaccinations
  • Travel Insurance
  • Other meals and personal expenses
*Airfare from Sacramento, San Francisco or New York can be arranged for approx. $2,200.

Optional extensions can be arranged to Krueger National Wildlife Preserve and/or Capetown and Robben

MCLE credits: Ten (10) MCLE credits $250.00 additional.

  • $500 deposit payable to California Lawyers for the Arts due ASAP to reserve your place;
  • 60% of balance due by March 5, 2014 (late fee $200);
  • 100% of balance due by May 1, 2014 (late fee $200);
Cancellation policy: Refunds will be made less incurred costs + 20%. No refunds after June 15, 2014.

Pre-trip orientation/planning session:
  • A pre-trip orientation /planning session will be held in May in Sacramento for all paid up participants (also available by SKYPE).

For more information and questions, contact:

Ellen Taylor
Associate Director, California Lawyers for the Arts
Director, Sacramento Mediation Center
2015 J Street, Ste 204
Sacramento, CA 95811 


California Lawyers for the Arts is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit and your donation is tax deductible as a charitable contribution to the fullest extent of the law. 

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