Past and present Kroc-CRS Fellows:
Hippolyt Pul (Ghana) examined whether transitional justice practices contribute to sustainable peace in post-conflict communities.
John Ashworth (Kenya) worked on a book summarizing lessons learned during a pivotal time of conflict and peacebuilding in Sudan, focusing on culture, religion, conflict, aid and development.
Bishop Colin Bagaforo (Mindanao, the Philippines) focused on research, reflection, and writing on interreligious peacebuilding in the Philippines.
John Katunga (Kenya) conducted research on Catholic peacebuilding, drawing on his professional experiences collaborating with Catholic bishops and other religious leaders in Eastern Africa.
Rick Jones (El Salvador) explored how to integrate peacebuilding into development programs in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Joseph Muyango (Rwanda) researched peacebuilding strategies and the role of reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda.
Ameth Diouf (Senegal) researched the use of traditional conflict early warning systems in West Africa and the role of women in peacebuilding. He also contributed data on Liberia and Sierra Leone to the Kroc Institute’s Peace Accords Matrix.
Jean Baptiste Talla (Cameroon) conducted research on the Catholic Church’s role in conflict prevention and transformation in Central Africa.
Fr. Emmanuel Ntakarutimana (Burundi) conducted research with the Catholic Peacebuilding Network on transitional justice and the role of the Catholic Church in Burundi.
Polikarpus Teku (Indonesia) conducted research on the integration of peacebuilding with traditional approaches to agricultural development.
Myla Leguro (Mindanao, the Philippines) documented a decade of experience in peacebuilding with Catholic Relief Services in Mindanao.
For more information about the program, contact Gerard Powers.