Elizabeth Drexler, Director, Peace and Justice Studies and Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, Michigan State University March 2, 2021 2:30pm - 4:00pm Webinar: Rutgers International Institute for Peace Invited Lecture: The Long Red Thread: Indonesia’s Infrastructure of Impunity from 1965 to the Present
Webinar: Rutgers International Institute for Peace Invited Lecture: Crescent of Peace: Muslim Peacebuilders in Ambon, Indonesia
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The undergraduate interdisciplinary Minor in Peace & Conflict Studies is offered in partnership with The International Institute for Peace. The Minor in Peace & Conflict Studies is a flexible program designed to complement any undergraduate major. It provides an interdisciplinary structure for examining issues of peace and conflict—from interpersonal to international.
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The International Institute for Peace (IIP) is a UNESCO Category II organization dedicated to the promotion of research and education on peacebuilding and conflict transformation through nonviolent struggle, and the cultivation of a culture of peace.