Concerns are mounting for communities living in war ridden zones across the globe, where access to primary health care is little and scarce. Displaced people in these areas suffer from a shortage of drinking water, food and health services
It’s necessary to overcome antagonisms and oppositions through dialogue and a constructive search for peace
New episode of the Kroc Cast Podcast examines doing peace studies in areas with active conflict
Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs features "The Pope and the Bomb" in its online Forum series.
New podcasts on justice, ethics, and activism in extractive industries, part of the Pulte Institute's "Global Pathways Podcast"
With facilitation from Sant'Egidio, opposition groups in South Sudan who did not sign the R-ARCSS agree to cease hostilities.
Kroc-CRS Visiting Fellow Abba Hagos Hayish will deliver a lecture on the role of religious leaders in building peace in Ethiopia. Tuesday, November 12, 4:00.
Applications now open for 2020-21 Korc Institute Visiting Research Fellowships, including concentration on Catholic/Religious Approaches to Sustainable Development and Climate Change
A seminar for Catholic actors engaging extractive industries in the global south.
Internpersonal Relations and Wellbeing, Social Justice and Nonviolence
New episode of the Kroc Cast podcast with Nobel Laureate Dr. James Mueller
CPN welcomes new program assistant working on nuclear disarmament
Summer school session on interreligious peacebuilding organized by Isamic, Catholic, and Orthodox scholars in Sarajevo
Day of Reflection on "Mining for the Common Good," hosted by the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development
CPN is hiring a part-time Program Assistant for the Project on Revitalizing Catholic Engagement on Nuclear Disarmament.
Two positions are available in Bogotá, Colombia with the Peace Accords Matrix Barometer Project.
Catholic leaders respond to terrorist bombing.
Statement from the National Episcopal Conference of Congo and their Election Observation Mission on the December 30 national elections.
Statement from the Jesuits of Africa and Madagascar after the murder of Fr. Victor-Luke Odhiambo, S.J., on November 15 in South Sudan.
In fidelity to our mission of reconciliation and justice, we renew our commitment to continue collaboration with the local church and all people of goodwill for the advancement of the reign of God through our ministries and works in South Sudan.
Opening for Professor of the Practice/Associate Director of the Ansari Institute for Global Engagement with Religion
2019-20 Visiting Research Fellowships at Notre Dame's Kroc Institute. Application deadline December 15.
"There is life, there is hope, let's continue to color peace," theme for Colombia's 2018 Week for Peace
International Federation of Catholic Universities launches new international research group on international relations, conflicts, and strategies for conflict prevention and sustainable peacebuilding.
Caritas South Sudan held a partner meeting April 30-May 1 and issued a new statement on the crisis in South Sudan.
South Sudan is becoming a forgotten crisis and the international community has turned its attention away from the serious situation in which our nation is finding itself.
The Nuns, the Priests, and the Bombs, Sunday, April 8, with appearances by Director Helen Young and Sister Megan Rice
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018-19 Women PeaceMakers Fellowship Program at the University of San Diego's Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice.
Pope Francis calls for special day of fasting and prayer for peace in South Sudan and DR Congo on February 23
Georgetown's Berkely Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs to host Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Bashar Warda on February 15
After Joseph Kabila's criticisms, the Catholic leadership in the DRC defends its efforts to support democracy in the country.