This lecture will analyze four major arguments that Gandhi had in his lifetime—on non-violence vs violence, on the abolition of Untouchability, on inter-faith harmony, and on alternate routes to the elimination of poverty…
McMaster’s next Open House, May@Mac, will take place on Saturday, May 11, 2019.
Join us for a special presentation and panel discussion on the Central American migrant crisis.
All members of the McMaster community are invited to a facilitated discussion on white privilege and whiteness. This event is one of a series of events to commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (March 21).
The Department of History presents Dr. Bonny Ibhawoh , Department of History | Centre for Peace Studies, McMaster University
For students to meet with professors and instructors in the program. Join us as we build a community within the program!
The Peace Studies Program and Centre for Peace Studies, McMaster University, presents the 18th Annual Mahatma Gandhi Lecture on Nonviolence: Women, Peace, Security
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’.
26th Anniversary Festival Theme: Preventing Violence Against Women
How was Donald Trump able to win the American presidency? What does his election signify?