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The university approaches peace, justice, and strong institutions from an angle of prevention of conflicts which means that gap-bridging and culture cultivation is emphasized. An example of this is the blended seminar-workshop conducted in cooperation with international speakers from the University of Alberta and from UNESCO. Its goal was to build the capacity of educators; strengthen values and attitudes that support responsive global citizenship through gender and development; and the work of peace.

To ensure a harmonious future, CNU has integrated global awareness, sensitivity, and competitiveness extensively in its curriculum in order to mold well-rounded professionals. Not to be limited to the classroom, community extension projects such as “Teacher Education Action Mentoring Support (TEAMS)” have been implemented.

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