News

“Pedagogies for Peace” podcast enters second season

Following the success of its first season, the Pedagogies for Peace podcast returned on November 1st for a second season. The podcast, part of the Intersectionality and Justice initiative at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, explores teaching through intersectional and decolonial lenses. …

“Pedagogies for Peace” podcast enters second season

US State Department grants new funding to Peace Accords Matrix

The Peace Accords Matrix (PAM), an innovative research and practice initiative at the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, has received a new grant from the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations (CSO). The grant continues CSO support for the PAM...

US State Department grants new funding to Peace Accords Matrix

Events

Uncovering a Hidden Crisis: A Panel on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Join the Gender Relations Center for a panel discussion on missing and murdered Indigenous women. Panelists will discuss how and why this is an issue and what we can all do to be stakeholders in this cause. Panelists: Dr. Ashlee Bird, Mikaela Murphy, & Tara Kenjockety Co-sponsored by: Gender Relations Center...

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Carey Auditorium

Uncovering a Hidden Crisis: A Panel on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Kroc-Kellogg Peace, Conflict, Crime and Violence Workshop

"Land Restitution and Racial Inequality in Colombia’s Post-conflict Transition" Featuring Laura García-Montoya, Visiting Fellow, Kellogg Institute, and Ana Montoya, Duke University   Abstract: This paper studies the politics of land restitution and its relationship with racial and ethnic inequality in Colombia. In 2011, the Government created a Land Restitution Unit (LRU) and the...

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C104/105 Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Kroc-Kellogg Peace, Conflict, Crime and Violence Workshop

Radical Equality: The Case for a More Intersectional Future for Gender Equity in Global Politics

Featuring Kara Ellerby, Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Relations, University of Delaware This lecture will first outline how a lack of intersectionality in discourse and measures of gender equality permeate today's peacebuilding and development efforts, often reinforcing inequality. Ellerby will then explore how re-engaging feminist ideas about identities and justice can...

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C103, Hesburgh Center for International Studies

Radical Equality: The Case for a More Intersectional Future for Gender Equity in Global Politics

Alumni Peacebuilders

Josh Moore, M.A. ’04

Josh Moore

Josh Moore is Senior Director of Global and Immersive Learning and Co-Director of the Weissberg Program in Human Rights and Social Justice at Beloit College in Wisconsin. His work lives at the intersection of racial justice, international education, and human rights. Josh credits the Kroc Institute for helping him to gain a unique cross-cultural experience and better understand the issues around inequality, discrimination, and privilege. 

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Brittney Nystrom, B.A. ’98

Brittney Nystrom

Brittney Nystrom is Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Utah. Her work focuses on advocacy for civil rights and civil liberties in Utah. She will return to the University of Notre Dame campus in October 2021 to receive the Kroc Institute’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award

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