News

Recent Peace Studies Ph.D. graduates secure strong academic and peacebuilding placements

Two recent graduates of the Peace Studies Ph.D. program at the University of Notre Dame have secured strong post-graduate placements.  The Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, part of the Keough School of Global Affairs, administers a joint doctoral degree that allows students to immerse themselves in the multidisciplinary field...

Recent Peace Studies Ph.D. graduates secure strong academic and peacebuilding placements

Events

Advice to the Next President on Addressing Racial Justice: Notre Dame Students Speak Out

Register now to attend » In this epic moment of reckoning on systemic racism and during the lead-up to the U.S. presidential election in November, the Kroc Institute seeks to promote and support the voices of a new generation of voters: young people who experience and care about racism, sexism and...

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Virtual Event

Advice to the Next President on Addressing Racial Justice: Notre Dame Students Speak Out

Understanding and Engaging Movements for Justice: David Cortright and Maria Stephan

The Kroc Institute is partnering with Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Elkhart, Indiana, to offer a series advocating for nonviolence as an effective strategy to resist violence and support movements for justice. Voices from different streams of nonviolence—including communal nonviolence, liberationist nonviolence, and strategic nonviolence—will speak as witnesses to the...

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Virtual Event

Understanding and Engaging Movements for Justice: David Cortright and Maria Stephan

Alumni Peacebuilders

Shamsia Ramadan, M.A. ’10

Shamsia Ramadan

 Shamsia Ramadan is Program Manager for Catholic Relief Services’ (CRS) Capacity for Inter-religious Community Action, an organization working in six African countries to help communities deal with conflicts.

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P. Carl, M.A. ’90

P.  Carl

P. Carl has spent his career exploring the power of story and the arts to create policy, to facilitate dialogue, and to transform people and systems. As a longtime artistic director and theater advocate, now a nonfiction writer and Distinguished Artist in Residence at Emerson College in Boston, Carl has come to see the theater as an important medium for peacebuilding work.

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