How can we support your vision for peace? We offer a variety of hands-on learning programs, from workshops to multi-day trainings.

Experiential Peacebuilding Trainings

How do you enhance the will and skill of local leaders to build stronger systems of peace? How do we jumpstart trust and strengthen the connectors in our communities. This hands-on multi-day training provides a mix of theory and practice and leaves participants prepared to bring these ideas and initiatives into their work and lives. 

Contact us to discuss how we can develop a training program for you and your group!

Partner Programs

We are committed to you. All our programs are designed as partnerships – we want to learn from each other and help you take the power of Experiential Peacebuilding to the next level.

Outward Bound Center for Peacebuilding is proud to be part of the global Outward Bound family. From Hong Kong, to Mexico, to Slovakia and California, we value our shared training and expedition programs and look forward to many more. Contact us to see how we can work together. 

Outward Bound Center for Peacebuilding has worked with Rotary Clubs, Districts and Leaders for nearly 10 years. How can we work together? We can speak to your local club, or work with Rotarians or students to design and implement peacebuilding and peace education programs that fit your community’s needs and priorities. Contact us to see how we can work together. 

We are educators first. OBCP is honored to partner with colleges, universities and schools and we want to do more. Have us visit your campus or conduct a presentation or workship via Zoom anytime. Contact us to see how we can work together – from research to training to trips – we are committed to education in all its forms. 

Past programs

The Palestinian-Israeli Emerging Leaders Program aims to contribute to a sustained shift in the way Israeli and Palestinian leaders, in a wide variety of sectors including political, private, and civil society, relate to each other, their own communities, and the Arab-Israeli conflict. The program is a shared experiential learning and leadership development initiative for recognized… Continue reading

Designed for working professionals and students who seek to get out of the classroom to apply and advance their leadership, empathy and conflict resolution skills, the Practicum on Experiential Peacebuilding (“Practicum”) is a 10-day expedition based course that combines a unique wilderness experience with experiential learning techniques in a multi-cultural environment. Program Goals… Continue reading

Interfaith dialogue is the positive interaction between people of different religious traditions on doctrine and/or matters of mutual concern in culture or politics. Peace Matters is a 10-day canoeing and hiking journey in the Minnesota Boundary Waters for extraordinary young leaders from faith communities across campuses in the USA. Based on our unique approach of experiential peacebuilding… Continue reading