Anna Roach

PCJ student publishes article in The Toronto Star

June 19, 2017

PCJ student Anna Roach publishes an article in the Toronto Star.

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PCJ alumnus writes on hope for Syria

February 14, 2017

“Planting peace in Syria: Why I still have hope for my mother country”
by Bushra Nassab

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James with Ghanian Farmer

Interview with James Madhier: Child Labour and Poverty on Cocoa Farms

February 1, 2017

In November, third year PCJ student James Madhier led an event detailing his research on child labour and poverty on cocoa farms in Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire.

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PCJ Student Conference 2017

January 26, 2017

Join us February 3 & 4 for the 11th annual PCJ Student Conference entitled Behind Closed Doors: Trafficking Labour, Sex & Art.

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Spencer McMurray sitting in library

Munk School Meets: Spencer McMurray

January 24, 2017

Meet Spencer McMurray and learn what inspired him to take his passion for peacebuilding global.

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Kiessling Paper 2016: Arts and Sports in South Africa

November 14, 2016

The 2016 Kiessling paper is Arts and Sports in South Africa:
Alternative Post-conflict Peacebuilding Tools for Positive Peace by Maria Agudelo Velez. This thought provoking piece was the successful winner in a very competitive year.

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James Madhier holding a cocoa pod In Suhum, Ghana

Event: Tracing the Bitter roots of the Sweet Chocolate

November 14, 2016

Join James Madhier on Nov. 30 to learn about the disconnect between the cocoa industry and the chocolate industry and what the future looks like for chocolate industry.

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Professor Lake explains a graph during his lecture.

Interview: 2016 Frank W. Woods Lecturer David A. Lake

November 11, 2016

Prominent Political Science scholar and 2016 Frank W. Woods Lecturer David A. Lake talks about his work, his lecture, and his advice for PCJ students.

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RECAP: PCJ Trip to the Kingston Peace Support Training Centre

November 10, 2016

PCJ360 students were recently invited to visit the Kingston Peace Support Training Centre (PSTC) to apply ideas learned in the classroom to real stories from members of the Canadian Armed Forces and United Nations.

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Beating the Heat: PCJ Student Addresses Working Conditions in Qatar

November 7, 2016

A great idea can strike at any time. For 19-year-old Adam Sheikh, an ordinary evening watching the Discovery Channel led him to launch a program that could save hundreds of lives.

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