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Scholars Developing World’s Largest Database of Peace Agreements

Since the end of the Cold War, hundreds of peace agreements have been signed by combatants engaged in violent conflicts around the world. Many have failed before the ink has dried – but others have resulted in lasting peace. What makes the difference?

Scholars Developing World’s Largest Database of Peace Agreements

ScreenPeace Film Festival to Run Feb. 1-3

The Dalai Lama, Afghan political reformer Malalai Joya and British abolitionist William Wilberforce are among the stars of the ScreenPeace Film Festival, which will be presented  Feb. 1 to 3 (Friday to Sunday) in the Browning Cinema of the DeBartolo Center for the Performing Arts.

ScreenPeace Film Festival to Run Feb. 1-3

Mullen Family Gift Builds Next Generation of Peace Scholars

A family with many Notre Dame graduates who are committed to peace has made a campaign gift that will help launch a new Ph.D. program in peace studies. The John R. and Diane Mullen Family Endowment will provide ongoing support for two Ph.D. fellowships at the Kroc Institute.

Mullen Family Gift Builds Next Generation of Peace Scholars

Notre Dame Establishes New Doctoral Program in Peace Studies

The University of Notre Dame has established a doctoral program in peace studies. One of the few of its kind in the world, the program is a partnership between the institute and the departments of history, political science, psychology and sociology.

Notre Dame Establishes New Doctoral Program in Peace Studies