Master of Global Affairs International Peace Studies Capstone Conference Presentations


Location: 1030 Jenkins Nanovic Halls and Live on Zoom

Capstone Presentation

Learn about the research of our Master of Global Affairs students concentrating in international peace studies when they present their capstone projects to classmates and Keough School faculty!

Schedule of Presentations

3:00 p.m.
History Peace Walk: The Story of Notre Dame and the Northeast Neighborhood of South Bend
Presenter: Emily Tatum
Respondent: Audrey Thill
Moderator: Euda Fils
Special Note for this session:
Location: Meet at Notre Dame Front Gates
Please bring headphones and a cell phone or other audio device as part of the walk will include pre-recorded audio. This session will not be live-streamed on Zoom.

4:10 p.m.
Accountability for SGBV in Conflict: A Broad Analysis of How the UNHRC Uses its Mechanisms to Investigate, Report, Monitor, and Evaluate the Commission of SGVB in Conflict to Ensure Accountability
Presenter: Catherine Jassey
Respondent: Safiatou Touray
Moderator: Shahzad Hussan

4:50 p.m.
Refugees and IDPs Resettlement as a Tool for Peacebuilding
Presenter: Mongolla Ngbabare
Respondent: Melvin Sharty
Moderator: Haleemah Ahmad

5:30 p.m.
Through Our Own Words: An Autoethnographic Approach to Understanding Community Healing and Storytelling
Presenter: Clevyra Wangsajaya
Respondent: Musu Bakoto Sawo
Moderator: Saadat Musabaeva

You are welcome to attend all or part of the presentations, either in-person or via Zoom.