In Peace, Reconciliation and Social Justice Leadership in the 21st Century: The Role of Leaders and Followers
(Emerald, 2019) co-edited by Dr. H. Eric Schockman
, Vanessa Alexandra Hernandez Soto, and Aldo Boitano de Moras, expert contributors explore ways that leaders and followers can bring forth pacifism, peace building, nonviolence, forgiveness, and social cooperation. Chapters focus on the role of positive public policies on the national and international order and leadership and followership in harmonizing differences and personifying space. It includes lessons learned from post-conflict societies in Rwanda, Sri Lanka, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chile, and others to remind us all that peace is a collective endeavour where no one can take a back seat.
Dr. H. Eric Schockman a Professor of Politics and International Relations and Coordinator of Humanities and the Center for Leadership at Woodbury University. He also teaches in the MPA program at CSU Northridge, and the PhD program in Global Leadership and Change at Pepperdine University. A public policy expert, Dr. Schockman previously served as Associate Dean and Associate Adjunct Professor at the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California. He is the President and the founder of the Global Hunger Foundation, which funds sustainable development and organic farming projects to assist women in the developing world break the chains of poverty. (The Global Hunger Foundation’s site is here: https://globalhungerfoundation.org/