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PCJ362 STUDENTS RESEARCH MEDIA REPRESENTATION OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN CANADA

May 7, 2022

How are Indigenous people in Canada represented by the media?
Four students in PCJ362: Service Learning analyze news coverage of the Wet’suwet’en and Coastal GasLink Pipeline conflict.

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The Kiessling Papers Now Accepting Submissions

March 17, 2022

The Kiessling Papers provides PCJ students the opportunity to publish and share their research with the scholarly community. The winning submission will receive $1,500.

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Applications open for 2021-2022 PCJ Scholarships and Awards

February 27, 2022

Students enrolled in the PCJ program can now apply for various scholarships and awards to support internships, study abroad, independent research, and more. Application deadline for all awards is March 28 at 11:59 PM ET.

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PCJ students receive 2022 UTSLA award

February 3, 2022

The U of T Student Leadership Awards (UTSLA) recognize outstanding student leadership, service and commitment to the university. This year, seven PCJ students were awarded the prize for their contributions to the U of T community.

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EXPLORING SESSIONIST MOVEMENTS IN POST-COLONIAL AFRICA: MEET PCJ FELLOW PETER SEKYERE

February 3, 2022

PCJ Fellow Peter Sekyere shares his research on secessionist movements in post-colonial Africa, and how they are influenced by other similar movements through diffusion.

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Registration now open for the 2022 PCJ Student Conference

January 17, 2022

The 16th annual Peace, Conflict and Justice Student Conference will explore the legacies of colonialism and imperialism, examining how they influence power asymmetries between state actors within the current context of COVID-19.

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PCJ student wins prestigious humanitarian award

November 22, 2021

Fourth-year PCJ student Ashwini Selvakumaran is one of this year’s Princess of Wales Diana Award winners. This prestigious award recognizes young people aged nine to 25 for their social action or humanitarian work. Selvakumaran is one of just 10 recipients across Canada.

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Authoritarian Regimes & Diaspora Communities: Meet PCJ Fellow Gözde Böcü

November 12, 2021

We sat down with PCJ Fellow, Gözde Böcü to learn about her comparative research on the influence of authoritarian regimes on diaspora communities, and the implications for democratic societies.

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From PCJ to the World Bank: Meet PCJ Alumna Tea Cimini

November 11, 2021

Tea Cimini graduated from PCJ in 2018 and currently works with the World Bank, operating out of the Rome office as a point of contact for Rome-based agencies and other southern European countries. Learn more about Tea’s time in the PCJ program and her journey after graduation.

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Meet UofT’s Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity Office

November 11, 2021

We invite PCJ students to join us to learn more about how the Anti-Racism and Cultural Diversity support faculty, staff and student communities at the University of Toronto.

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