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Education on the Margins:
Afghan youth complete online class on nonviolence

A group of multi-ethnic Afghan students gathered around a laptop at the Borderfree Center for Nonviolence in Kabul, Afghanistan eager to participate in an online class on nonviolent peacemaking. Read more.

Center for Peacemaking founder invited to Rome conference on Nonviolence and Just Peace

Peace Works program receives Generous Promise Grant

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Interfaith Healing Circle

Thursday, Sept. 1
4 p.m. |
AMU Grand Ballrooms
Offices across campus have joined together to host an interfaith healing circle intended to bring the Marquette community together to pray and reflect on the many instances of violence, racism, and injustice that have occurred this past summer on a local, national, and global scale.

Senator George Mitchell Lecture

Thursday, Oct. 6
Sen. Mitchell played a leading role in the negotiations for peace in Northern Ireland and more recently served as the United States Special Envoy for Middle East Peace. He will present on what he learned negotiating in these settings. A registration link will be posted soon.

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Making a Living, Making a DifferenceCareer Resources

Explore a collection of guides and resources for peacemaking careers and work that contributes to the common good.



Browse the collection of books on peacemaking published by Marquette faculty.