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Event Recap: The 7th Annual Frank W. Woods Lecture & Lunchtime Seminar

September 4, 2019

Professor Patricia Justino presented her research on “Research, Inequality and Redistribution” and the “Civic Legacies of Wartime Governance” during the 7th Annual Frank W. Woods Lecture & Lunchtime Seminar.

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Advanced Service Learning for Fall 2019

August 7, 2019

Applications for advanced service learning opportunities (commonly referred to as internships) are now open to PCJ students for Fall 2019 (September – December). Full details and deadlines are posted in the Opportunities section.

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PCJ Students visit Ottawa with U of T’s Women in House

April 9, 2019

From March 20-21st, 2019, five PCJ students participated in U of T’s annual Women in House program at Parliament Hill in Ottawa.

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Truth, Justice & Reconciliation in Colombia: Transitioning from Violence

March 15, 2019

The signing of the peace agreements between the FARC-EP and the Colombian Government in late November 2016 generated hopes for peace in Colombia. However, the consolidation of peace and justice requires us to think about how to operationalize peace agreements.

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The UN Peacekeeper Sexual Abuse Crisis: Is Canada Doing Enough?

March 11, 2019

The Trudeau Centre for Peace, Conflict and Justice has partnered with AIDS-Free World’s Code Blue Campaign to host a panel discussion on Canada’s role in addressing the UN peacekeeper sexual abuse crisis. What actions should Canada take to strengthen accountability for sexual violence in the aid sector?

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First Contact Screening & Panel Discussion

March 9, 2019

The Peace, Conflict and Justice Society has partnered with Honouring Indigenous Peoples (HIP) to host a panel discussion and screening of First Contact, a documentary produced by Aboriginal Peoples Television Network.

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ZIMBABWE 2019: REAL QUEST FOR DEMOCRACY OR SMOKE AND MIRRORS?

March 8, 2019

Initial hopes that Zimbabwe was at a possible inflection point for democracy and development have vanished with the deepening political and economic crisis, labour strikes and the regime’s violent crackdown in January 2019.

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The Country Without a Post Office: Archiving a Photographic History of Kashmir

February 12, 2019

For nearly six years, Nathaniel Brunt has examined the Kashmir conflict as a researcher and documentary photographer. Brunt’s lecture will examine the history of this region and insurgency, the way it has been represented photographically, and how his work in Kashmir has evolved over the last half-decade.

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The Past and Future of Carbon Politics

January 15, 2019

In every corner of the planet, fossil fuels have a powerful effect on repression, conflict, and the distribution of wealth. If the era of fossil fuels is ending – as the world moves toward cleaner energy – how will this affect global politics?

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Meet the 2018-19 PCJ Fellows

October 31, 2018

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

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