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PCJ STUDENT CO-FOUNDS NON-PROFIT: TICO

March 26, 2020

PCJ student Uma Kalkar co-founded a non-profit organization, The Institute for Civic Organizing, or “TICO.” Its mission: to provide grade-appropriate curricula, syllabi and lesson plans for K-12 and university educators, empowering them to introduce civic organizing principles and possibilities to youth.

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PCJ Fellow Adam E. Casey Co-Authors Paper for Foreign Affairs

March 23, 2020

PCJ Fellow, Adam Casey and Professor Seva Gunitsky co-authored an article titled The Weakness of the Strongman: Power Grabs by Putin and Xi May Bode Well for Democracy’s Future

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aNOTHER WORLD: fILM SCREENING & pANEL dISCUSSION

March 3, 2020

We invite you to join the Trudeau Centre for a screening of Rome-based director, Thomas Torelli’s documentary, Another World/Un Altro Mondo. A panel discussion and Q & A session with Torrelli will follow the screening.

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Study Peace, Conflict and Justice. Now accepting applications for Fall 2020. Applications open from March 2 - April 30.

STUDY PEACE, CONFLICT AND JUSTICE IN FALL 2020

March 3, 2020

Interested in studying at the interdisciplinary Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice? Applications for September 2020 will be accepted until April 30, 2020. Students can pursue a Major or Specialist program in Peace, Conflict and Justice.

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THE FUTURE OF RECONCILIATION: INDIGENOUS RIGHTS IN CANADA

January 8, 2020

The PCJ Student Conference serves as a platform for Indigenous academics, practitioners, community leaders and Elders to guide discussions on the modern challenges and opportunities for Indigenous communities in Canada.

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Sydney Narciso Wilson, recipient of the Award for Scholarly Achievement in the Area of Gender-Based Violence, as part of the National Day of Remembrance & Action on Violence Against Women events in Hart House at the University of Toronto, Friday, November 29, 2019. (Photo by Nick Iwanyshyn)

PCJ student receives Award for Scholarly Achievement in the Area of Gender-Based Violence

December 10, 2019

Sydney Narciso Wilson’s research focuses on understanding how colonial state violence has affected the individual experiences of women, especially Indigenous women, by creating an environment where violence against women is normalized and justified.

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Imagining the Infrastructure of Peace: My Summer Research in Geneva

December 5, 2019

This past summer, fourth year PCJ student Rushay Naik travelled to Geneva to conduct fieldwork on the infrastructure of peace with the support of the William Beattie Fund for Undergraduate Research.

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PCJ STUDENTS MEET FEDERAL PARTY LEADERS AT CBC STUDIOS

October 18, 2019

Students from the Peace, Conflict and Justice (PCJ) program recently visited the CBC studios to watch the taping of “The National Presents: Face to Face with Federal Party Leaders.”

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Talking Global Climate Politics & Peace, Conflict and Justice with Prof. Jessica Green

October 9, 2019

Fourth year PCJ student, Charlotte Astle, and Professor Jessica Green discuss Climate Week, Greta Thunberg and the merits of a Green New Deal.

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PCJ welcome reception

PCJ Welcome Reception

September 5, 2019

We invite all students of the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice to join us as we kick off the 2019-2020 academic year!

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