Sixteen students from 10 countries recently arrived at the Kroc Institute to pursue master’s degrees in international peace studies. The class of 2014 brings academic interests and professional experiences related to peace, conflict resolution, gender-based violence, development, language and the arts, law, and human rights.
About 30 scholars of Catholicism, Islam, and secularism gathered last week to discuss two critical topics.
A new Web-based tool developed by Christian Davenport will expand dramatically what academic researchers, international human rights advocates, journalists, students, and the public know about government repression.
Rosette Muzigo-Morrison, M.A. ‘93, has been selected to receive the Kroc Institute’s 2011 Distinguished Alumni Award.
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.