Fifty-five faculty from 19 colleges and universities are attending the Kroc Institute’s Summer Institute for Faculty, “Teaching Peace in the 21st Century,” June 9-14.
Pul, coordinator of the Africa Justice and Peace Working Group for Catholic Relief Services, will research transitional justice practices in post-conflict communities.
We welcomed the former Deputy Prime Minister of Nepal, Cabinet Ministers, and senior peace process facilitators to a Kroc Institute seminar, funded by the Swiss Foreign Ministry.
Musicians, artists, performers, writers, scholars, and student-artists gathered at the Kroc Institute to explore connections among music, literature and peacebuilding.
The largest group admitted at one time since the program began in 2008 includes students in peace studies and sociology, political science, psychology, theology, and anthropology.
At the invitation of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute, several dozen leading thinkers on national and international security and peace convened in Chicago to address “The Ethical, Strategic & Legal Implications of Drone Warfare.”
Jessica Tuchman Mathews, president of the of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, will deliver the 19th Annual Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C. Lecture in Ethics and Public Policy at the Kroc Institute on April 16.
Four peace studies master’s students recently conducted field research in Nicaragua, the Philippines, Rwanda, and Sierra Leone alongside Notre Dame MBA and law students.
The Kroc Institute's website kroc.nd.edu has won "Gold" and “Best in Show” in the 28th annual Educational Advertising Awards, sponsored by the Higher Education Marketing Report, the largest educational advertising awards competition in the U.S. Judges consist of a national panel of higher education marketers, advertising creative directors, marketing and advertising professionals...
Religious Nationalism: A Reference Handbook, written by Atalia Omer and Jason Springs, examines the interplay of religion and nationalism around the globe.
Drone warfare has become a centerpiece of the U.S. foreign policy agenda, yet there has been little systematic effort to look at the implications of this “remote-control” combat or to determine if and when it is ethically and legally justified.
Registration is now open for the University of Notre Dame’s Student Peace Conference, which will take place on April 5-6, 2013.
John Ashworth, a peacebuilder with nearly 30 years of experience in Sudan and South Sudan, has joined the Kroc Institute as a Kroc-Catholic Relief Services Fellow.
Notre Dame senior Olivia Lee, an American studies and peace studies major, will be honored for her academic excellence and commitment to service.