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Women, War, Peacebuilding

The latest issue of Peace Policy, Kroc's online journal, makes the case for a new approach to security in Afghanistan that includes strong support for Afghan women.

Women, War, Peacebuilding

Rally for Peace in Sudan

The university community is hosting a peace rally and day-long basketball tournament to show support for sustainable peace in Sudan.

Rally for Peace in Sudan

From Civilian Immunity to Just Peace

International law and time-honored ethical traditions prohibit the targeting of civilians in wars. Yet in most recent conflicts, more civilians — women, children, elderly people, and noncombatant men — have been killed than soldiers.

From Civilian Immunity to Just Peace

Inside Look at New START

Join us on Sept. 21 to hear U.S. Asst. Sec. of State Rose Gottemoeller, chief negotiator of the New START.

Inside Look at New START

Welcome New M.A. Students

Sixteen new students are pursuing master's degrees in peace studies at Notre Dame.

Welcome New M.A. Students

Hope in Troubled Times

Building on themes in a new requiem for victims of terrorism, professors and community members of different faiths will reflect on finding hope in the midst of tragic loss.

Hope in Troubled Times

Peace in the Classroom

More than 40 peace-related classes in disciplines ranging from anthropology to economics await peace studies students this fall.

Peace in the Classroom

Free Online Materials on Peace Available

Online materials for university classes on Islam, peace studies, and terrorism are freely available through Notre Dame’s OpenCourseWare initiative.

Free Online Materials on Peace Available

Happy Birthday, Fr. Ted

Today is the 93rd birthday of Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., president emeritus of Notre Dame.

 Happy Birthday, Fr. Ted