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Critical Global Issues
Peace and Justice
Conflict — incited by structural inequality, migration, identity and exclusion, resource scarcity, and historical trauma — manifests through war, revolution, and other forms of violent and coercive mobilization. In the face of this reality, the prospect of long-term peace often seems unattainable. Our programs explore how changemakers manage conflict constructively, balance reconciliation and justice, and support post-conflict remembrance and healing. Students evaluate the root causes of conflict to develop evidence-based strategies designed to transform our world into one that is more peaceful and just.
- Argentina: Social Movements and Human Rights
- IHP: Human Rights: Movements, Power, and Resistance
- IHP: International Relations Global Governance, Human Security, and Civil Society
- Morocco: Multiculturalism and Human Rights
- Nicaragua: Youth Culture, Literacy, and Media
- Rwanda: Post-Genocide Restoration and Peacebuilding
- Senegal: Global Security and Religious Pluralism
- Serbia, Bosnia, and Kosovo: Peace and Conflict Studies in the Balkans
- South Africa: Multiculturalism and Human Rights
- Spain: Policy, Law, and Regional Autonomy in Europe