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Book Launch: Creating Opportunities – A Volunteer’s Memoir

April 13, 2018

Join author Chris Snyder for a fascinating trip through time and place, enriched with advice for those who’ve found meaning—or would like to find meaning—in volunteering.

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Welcome to PCJ Chalkboard Drawing

Blog: “Subject POSt Decisions: About PCJ”

March 23, 2018

Are you considering a major or specialist in Peace, Conflict, and Justice Studies? PCJ Blogger Jonah Toth shares his experiences and advice after his first year in the program.

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Natalie Boychuk

Munk School Meets: Natalie Boychuk

March 1, 2018

Third-year PCJ student Natalie Boychuk was recently featured in Munk School Meets, where she shares her thoughts on development aid, women’s issues and the importance of assisting refugees.

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Header image with portrait photo of Dr. Clark and text reading "Meet Dr. Clark".

Meet Dr. Clark

February 12, 2018

Dr. Dylan Clark is an instructor for Contemporary Asian Studies and the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice, where he teaches the PCJ362 (service learning) and PCJ363 (study abroad) courses.

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Naveeda Hussain

Kiessling Paper 2017

December 12, 2017

The 2017 Kiessling paper is Federalism, Freedom and Fear-Mongering: Democratization and Violent Conflict in Rakhine State, Myanmar by Naveeda Hussain. This thought provoking piece was the successful winner in a very competitive year.

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Portrait photos of the three 2017-18 PCJ Fellows.

Meet the 2017-18 PCJ Fellows

December 1, 2017

The Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice Studies Fellowship is for Political Science doctoral students at the University of Toronto who are conducting research in areas related to peace, conflict and justice.

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PCJ students Tea Cimini, Ivana Vujeva, and Natalie Boychuk pose for a photo in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.

PCJ’s CSPC International Fellows Reflect on their Experiences in Washington, D.C.

November 16, 2017

PCJ students Natalie Boychuk, Tea Cimini, and Ivana Vujea reflect on their recent experiences in Washington, D.C. as three of fifteen CSPC International Scholars.

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Salina and Natalie hiking at Nandi Hills.

Researching Garment Industry Labour Rights

October 27, 2017

PCJ student Natalie Boychuk and Salina Suri recount their experience in Bangalore, India researching labour rights in the garment industry.

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Landscape photo of Dr. Mark Gersten

Meet Dr. Mark Kersten

October 12, 2017

Mark Kersten is a Fellow, researcher, and consultant based in the Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice at the Munk School of Global Affairs, as well as the Deputy Director of the Wayamo Foundation.

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A group photo of the 2017 Women in House cohort in front of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa.

PCJ Students visit Ottawa with U of T Women in House

October 11, 2017

Five PCJ students reflect on their experiences in Ottawa with the U of T Women in House program.

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