News

Master’s students partner with peacebuilding organizations in the field

Beginning this month, second-year Keough School of Global Affairs (MGA) students with a concentration in International Peace Studies (IPS) departed for six-month field experiences with partner organizations around the world. The Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies administers the IPS concentration and facilitates these experiences.…

Master’s students partner with peacebuilding organizations in the field

Peace Studies students among Lucy Family Institute 2022-2024 Graduate Scholars

The Lucy Family Institute for Data & Society introduced its inaugural cohort of 10 Notre Dame Ph.D. students to the Lucy Scholars program. Among those selected were two current Peace Studies doctoral students at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Cat Gargano and Wesley Hedden. Both students are advised by core Kroc Institute faculty...

Peace Studies students among Lucy Family Institute 2022-2024 Graduate Scholars

Catholic peacebuilders bring hope amid world crises

The virtual conference "Catholic Peacebuilding in Times of Crisis: Hope for a Wounded World" held June 20-23, was a four-day, intensive exploration of Catholic engagement on a wide range of topics— from conflict in Ukraine and Congo and peace processes in Colombia and South Sudan to the refugee crisis, reconciliation and...

Catholic peacebuilders bring hope amid world crises

Events

Sri Lanka in Crisis: Where Next?

Hear from alumni of the Kroc Institute in Sri Lanka about the current situation on the ground, the sources of conflict, the ongoing protest movement, and opportunities for peacebuilding.  Register to attend this event »…

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Zoom Webinar

 Sri Lanka in Crisis: Where Next?

Book Symposium: Where the Evidence Leads: A Realistic Strategy for Peace and Human Security

Honoring Robert C. Johansen Join the Kroc Institute for a symposium-style launch of Professor Emeritus Robert C. Johansen’s latest book, Where the Evidence Leads: A Realistic Strategy for Peace and Human Security (Oxford University Press, 2021). This full-day event will feature conversations between scholars, practitioners, and policymakers discussing alternatives to...

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Zoom Webinar/Auditorium, Hesburgh Center for International Peace Studies

Book Symposium: Where the Evidence Leads: A Realistic Strategy for Peace and Human Security

One Year after the Fall: What are the Prospects for a Political Process in Afghanistan?

Register to attend » This panel aims to provide an analysis on the impact of the past year’s developments on the prospects for a political process toward reconciliation among Afghans. Key questions the panel will discuss include: What have the periodic civil society and Taliban meetings achieved? What is the...

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Zoom Webinar

One Year after the Fall: What are the Prospects for a Political Process in Afghanistan?

Alumni Peacebuilders

Bina D'Costa, M.A. ’97

Bina D'Costa

Bina D’Costa is professor of international relations and a peace and conflict studies specialist at the Australian National University. She is actively engaged in humanitarian peacebuilding efforts around the world. Her research and practice focuses on the intersections between politics, human rights, and security in Asia, with particular emphases on gender justice and global migration.

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Bear Guerra, B.A. ’95

Bear Guerra

Roberto (Bear) Guerra is a photographer whose work focuses on globalization, human rights, social justice, and environmental justice.

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