Program Introduction

building-entranceTrudeau centre for peace, conflict and Justice at the munk school of global affairs

Established in 1985, the Trudeau Center for Peace, Conflict and Justice is part of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto and houses a flagship undergraduate program that focuses on Peace, Conflict, and Justice.

We are interested in the meanings and causes of peace, conflict, and justice in the world. We are engaged in the lived experiences of conflict and struggles for peace and justice. And, we are invested in exploring how to resolve conflict through peaceful and just solutions.

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Awards & Opportunities

We offer scholarships, awards and research funds to current PCJ undergraduates, and fellowships to graduate students in the department of political science.

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PCJ Student Society

Our active student-run organization is dedicated to expanding students’ interests beyond the academic classroom by hosting events and workshops, as well as the annual student conference.

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“DISPATCHES” – our PCJ Student Blog

Check back every week for new posts by our very own PCJ bloggers, Jenn and Kashaf, on their lives as PCJ students.

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