Second-year master’s students in peace studies are in the final stretches of their 6-month internships at Kroc Institute field sites in the Philippines, South Africa, Uganda, and the United States.
For the past five months, 11 students have been working as interns at leading organizations focused on policy research and analysis, community and economic development, interfaith dialogue, violence prevention, and grassroots mediation and organizing.
- The Acholi Religious Leaders Peace Initiativein Gulu, Uganda.Cooper Brown (U.S.A.)
- The AIDS Support Organizationin Gulu, Uganda.Ellie Adelman (U.S.A.)
- Catholic Parliamentary Liaison Office- Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference in Cape Town, South Africa.Solomiya Pyatkovska (Ukraine)
- Catholic Relief Services in Mindanao, the Philippines and Baltimore, U.S.A.Emmanuel Gore (South Sudan) - Baltimore Anton Murra (Palestine) - Mindanao
- Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliationin Cape Town, South Africa Lydia Baek (U.S.A.)
- Idasa - An African Democracy Institute in Cape Town, South AfricaAmy Braun (U.S.A.) Francis Amooti Tuhaise (Uganda)
- Initiatives for International Dialoguein Mindanao, the PhilippinesEric Lepp (Canada)
- Institute for Justice and Reconciliationin Cape Town, South Africa Lucia Tiscornia (Uruguay)
Students will return to Notre Dame in January for their final semester and a capstone course that integrates classroom learning with the practical realities of "on the ground" peacebuilding.
Contact: Renée LaReau, email@example.com, 574-631-5098