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Shanti Sattler

Co-Chair of National Youth Advisory Council

Youth Service America

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Background Information

Employment History

Research Assistant

Reconciliation Commission


Research Assistant

Truth


Affiliations

Youth Service America

Member


International Center for Conciliation

Advisor


International Center for Conciliation

ICfC Fellow


Reconciliation Commission

Member


Truth

Member


Education

International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies Programs graduate

Tufts University


M.A.

international studies and diplomacy

University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies


BA

International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies

Tufts University


Web References(12 Total References)


centerforconciliation.org

Shanti Sattler
Shanti Sattler of Eureka, California graduated from the International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies Programs at Tufts University. For the past six years she has served as an advisor to several national service organizations and is the former member and current co-chair of Youth Service America's National Youth Advisory Council. During the summer of 2005, she worked with the renowned author, psychologist and former commissioner on South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Dr. Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, in Cape Town, South Africa, assisting with her research on perpetrator remorse and reintegration into post-apartheid society. In 2006, she served on the international student planning committee of the second Women as Global Leaders conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She wrote a senior honors thesis in peace and justice studies on war-affected youth in Northern Uganda and participated in a research trip to Gulu. Shanti joined the International Center for Conciliation in January of 2006. She has been working for the Center in Phnom Penh office, Cambodia, since July 2007.


www.centerforconciliation.org [cached]

Shanti Sattler, ICfC Fellow
Shanti Sattler of Eureka, California graduated from the International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies at Tufts University. For the past six years she has served as an advisor to several national service organizations and is the former member and current co-chair of Youth Service America's National Youth Advisory Council. During the summer of 2005, she worked with the renowned author, psychologist and former commissioner on South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Dr. Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, in Cape Town, South Africa, assisting with her research on perpetrator remorse and reintegration into post-apartheid society. In 2006, she served on the international student planning committee of the second Women as Global Leaders conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She wrote a senior honors thesis in peace and justice studies on war-affected youth in Northern Uganda and participated in a research trip to Gulu. Shanti joined the International Center for Conciliation in January of 2006. She has been working for the Center in Phnom Penh office, Cambodia, since July 2007. Email.


www.centerforconciliation.org [cached]

Shanti Sattler of Eureka, California, holds a BA in International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies from Tufts University.
At Tufts, Shanti developed a deep interest in international conflict resolution and global reconciliation initiatives. During college she worked in Cape Town, South Africa, as a research assistant to a former member of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and completed a senior honors thesis on issues facing war-affected youth in Northern Uganda. Shanti has served as an advisor to several national service organizations and is a former member and co-chair of Youth Service America's National Youth Advisory Council. In 2006 she was a member of the International Student Planning Committee for the second Women as Global Leaders conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Shanti joined the International Center for Conciliation in January 2006. She worked for the Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and now works for the American Friends Service Committee around Southeast Asia.


www.centerforconciliation.org [cached]

Shanti Sattler, ICfC Fellow
Shanti Sattler of Eureka, California graduated from the International Relations and Peace & Justice Studies at Tufts University. For the past six years she has served as an advisor to several national service organizations and is the former member and current co-chair of Youth Service America's National Youth Advisory Council. During the summer of 2005, she worked with the renowned author, psychologist and former commissioner on South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission Dr. Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela in Cape Town, South Africa, assisting with her research on perpetrator remorse and reintegration into post-apartheid society. In 2006, she served on the international student planning committee of the second Women as Global Leaders conference in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She wrote a senior honors thesis in peace and justice studies on war-affected youth in Northern Uganda and recently returned from a research trip to Gulu. Shanti joined the International Center for Conciliation in January of 2006. She is working for the Center in Phnom Penh, Cambodia from July 2007. Email.


centerforconciliation.org

Interview with Shanti Sattler, ICfC Cambodia Fellow


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