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George Lopez Testifies at Human Rights Commission Hearing

On Wednesday, November 14, George A. Lopez, Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., Professor Emeritus of Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame and Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, testified at a Washington D.C. hearing of the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission. The hearing focused on reducing the risk of mass atrocities...

George Lopez Testifies at Human Rights Commission Hearing

Where are the Women in Peace Agreement Implementation?

Kroc's own Madhav Joshi and Louise Olsson write on the status of gender considerations within the peace agreement implementation process in Colombia for PVGlance: "Strengthened efforts to realize the gender stipulations of the Peace Agreement can help set new standards for future peace processes elsewhere. As Resolution 1325 turns 20, Colombia...

Where are the Women in Peace Agreement Implementation?

Protest, Anti-Partisanship, and the Trajectory of Democratic Crisis in Brazil

Associate Professor Ann Mische writes about the democratic crisis in Brazil for the Mobilizing Ideas blog: "Brazil is the country of the future – 'always in the future' (as Brazilians typically add with a laugh). The future of the world looks very bleak right now. Can Brazil help to re-direct world-historical currents...

Protest, Anti-Partisanship, and the Trajectory of Democratic Crisis in Brazil

Peter Wallensteen on the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize: An Important Prize

The 2018 Nobel Peace Prize goes to Dr. Denis Mukwege and Ms. Nadia Murad, two brave individuals that have stood up to sexual violence as 'the helper' and as the 'witness,' as expressed by the chair of the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Ms. Berit Reiss-Andersen. The prize gives visibility to sexual violence in...

Peter Wallensteen on the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize: An Important Prize