Peace and Conflict Studies News Archive
June 19, 2018 —
Meet two outstanding new Faculty of Arts Alumni.
April 2, 2018 —
Global conflict can tear communities apart and challenge dreams of peace, but it can also bring people together
March 12, 2018 —
Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership and Global Citizenship recipients named
March 9, 2018 —
Maureen Flaherty’s first visit to Ukraine in 2000 represented a 'turning point' in her life
March 2, 2018 —
On March 9 and 10, the Native Studies Graduate Students Association will host the third annual Rising Up conference featuring close to 100 scholars from around the world discussing Indigenous knowledge and research in Indigenous studies.
February 13, 2018 —
Presentations range from polar bears to hoarders to antimicrobial resistance and more
March 8, 2017 —
Each year, two students who demonstrate exceptional commitment and leadership skills, and whose actions are helping to bridge the local and the global, are awarded the Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership & Global Citizenship
October 20, 2016 —
The Peace and Conflict Studies Graduate Student Association is hosting its first international conference Oct. 21-22
July 25, 2016 —
It has now been over a year since a controversial Maclean’s article put the spotlight on racism in Winnipeg. Since then, practical ways of addressing racism have been a topic of conversation. In an effort to find solutions, assistant professors, Cathy Rocke, Faculty of Social Work, and Maureen Flaherty, Peace and Conflict Studies, Arthur V. Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice, partnered with the India School of Dance, Music & Theatre, Inc. to launch an intensive training program for community intergroup dialogue facilitators.
July 14, 2016 —
Grad student Emma Bonnemaison created a project that merged peace work with arts based approaches to community development