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Planting for Peace

Planting for Peace Friday, October 2nd, 2015: International Day of Nonviolence: Planting for Peace. All are invited to celebrate the International Day of Nonviolence, plant some seeds to take home, take pictures, and` write messages of peace and environmental action. The event is taking place outside of McMaster University Student Centre (MUSC) in the Mills…

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The World is Watching: Why Canadians Should Prioritize Climate Change Thursday, October 1st, 2015: The World is Watching: Why Canadians Should Prioritize Climate Change-Grant Linney speaks! You are invited to a talk given by renowned environmental activist and educator, Grant Linney on the current state of climate change. The talk will be given at McMaster…

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UNU-INWEH Events UNU-INWEH have a couple events coming up at the McMaster Innovation Park. The posters are attached below: Another Drop_Lindsay stringer POSTER (web) Water Catalyst Award Poster FNL

The Hospitality Project: Five Hundred Letters of Welcome to Omar Khadr. Peace Studies Students: I am hoping that students and faculty in Peace Studies would be interested in an initiative I’ve begun that invites students to write letters of welcome to Mr. Omar Khadr and that seeks to involve the university student body in some…

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Perspectives on Peace: Upcoming Lectures Making Impossible Peace: Confronting the Moral Dilemmas of Peacemaking in a Conflicted World Presented by Dr. Bonny Ibhawoh, McMaster University Monday September 28, 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm, Convocation Hall “Peace is not the absence of conflict. It is the ability to cope with conflict by peaceful means.” In a…

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Perspectives on Peace campaign to launch on campus Perspectives on Peace is a campaign aimed at fostering creative dialogue around global issues with an emphasis on peace and conflict resolution, and will kick-off later this month. See more at: http://dailynews.mcmaster.ca/article/perspectives-on-peace-campaign-to-launch-on-campus/#sthash.WHlJxONS.dpuf  

Students in the Peace Studies 1A03 took the opportunity to show their artistic side in the McMaster University Student Centre.