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  • 18th Annual Gandhi Lecture on Nonviolence with 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate Leymah Gbowee

    The Peace Studies Program and Centre for Peace Studies, McMaster University, presents the 18th Annual Mahatma Gandhi Lecture on Nonviolence: Women, Peace, Security

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  • Peace Studies 4G03 Peace and Health: Praxis

    This seminar will focus on the connection of water and peace and health, as a contribution to the work of the General Assembly of the United Nations and the resolution ‘International Decade (2018–2028) for Action – Water for Sustainable Development’.

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  • We are welcoming Practicum Placement Proposals for 2018-19!

    If you have a placement you would like to propose, please follow the instructions listed here.

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Peace Studies

Peace Studies is concerned with war and peace, violence and nonviolence, conflict and conflict transformation. Peace researchers also study concepts of justice and the ways in which people organize and wage conflict to achieve what they perceive as just ends. By focusing attention on problems of conflict, particularly of a violent nature, researchers attempt to improve our methods of analyzing and dealing with these problems. Peace studies is an interdisciplinary field, encompassing subject areas from the Faculties of Science and Social Sciences as well as Humanities.

 


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