Centre for Conflict Resolution RSS Feeds

With CCR RSS feeds, you can now receive links to new research, public dialogue seminars, press releases, and newspaper articles from the Centre for Conflict Resolution delivered to you free of charge, directly in the news reader of your choice.

 

RSS  Public Dialogues

RSS  Press releases

RSS  Newspaper articles

RSS  Job Opportunies

 


What is RSS?

RSS, or Really Simple Syndication, enables you to receive a regularly updated summary of web content, along with links to full versions of that content, via a "feed". This allows you to be alerted immediately when new content is posted to a website.

How does RSS work?

To use RSS, you first need to sign up for an RSS reader or news aggregator (many of which are free) which will allow you to manage and display RSS feeds. A news reader keeps all of your feeds in one location and updates the content automatically.

How Do I Subscribe?

Right-click on a hyperlink or on the RSS button above and select "Copy Link Location", "Copy Link", or "Copy Shortcut", depending on your browser or operating system. This will give you the location, or URL, for the RSS. Paste this location into your news reader as it directs you. For Microsoft Outlook, simply click on a hyperlink or RSS button above and it will open in Outlook.