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Did you know that the United Nations has designated today as International Day of Peace? We hope you will join us in celebrating by taking a moment to promote peace and deepen your understanding of nonviolence.
Peace,
Patrick Kennelly, Director

News & Updates

New website launched

We are pleased to share our new website with you. Our goal with the new site design is to provide our participants with an easier way to learn about our programs and our supporters with an easier way to see the impact they make.

You can navigate to the new site using the same address www.mu.edu/peacemaking, however, any bookmarks you had to sub pages on the old site will no longer work. We apologize for this and hope you will find the new site easier to use.

Browse the new website

News & Updates

Feature interview with Dr. Wee Teck Young (Hakim) of the Afghan Peace Volunteers 

In this interview subtitled "Relationships can overcome all the barriers of the world," we sit down with Dr. Hakim to discuss nonviolence, relationships, and community.

Hakim, a physician by training, decided to leave his practice in Singapore over ten years ago to provide humanitarian and social assistance to those most affected by the war in Afghanistan. He now serves as a mentor to the Afghan Peace Volunteers, a group of multi-ethnic Afghans dedicated to building nonviolent alternatives to war.

Relationships can overcome all the barriers of the world | Medium.com

News & Updates

Students and staff attend Pope Francis festivities in Washington, D.C.

The Center for Peacemaking sponsored two Marquette undergraduate students’ participation in Pope Francis’ September visit to Washington, D.C. They attended the Papal Parade near the White House and were present for Pope Francis’ address to Congress and his remarks afterward on the Capital lawn.

The students were particularly inspired by his call for compassion and shared social responsibility, noting the examples of Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., Dorothy Day, and Thomas Merton. Here is a link to the full text if you missed the address.

Pope Francis' address to CongressVatican

News & Updates

President of Ploughshares Fund addresses student peacemakers

Joe Cirincione, president of Ploughshares Fund and a member of Secretary of State John Kerry's International Security Advisory Board, spoke to Marquette students about peacemaking, diplomacy, and nuclear nonproliferation.

While the presentation focused specifically on the recent nuclear agreement with Iran, Cirincione also shared details about his journey from a student activist to a widely respected international policy expert. He encouraged students to contribute to building a more peaceful and violence-free world in whatever way they can.

Peacemaker visits Marquette to discuss Iran nuclear deal | Marquette Wire

Upcoming Events:

Registration and more details

Nov. 12 | 4 pm
Using Communication to Counter Violence and Constitute More Equitable Relationships
Interactive workshop
Lalumiere Hall 392

Dec. 2 | 7 pm
Heralds of Hope in Story and Song
Paul McComas & Maya Kuper
AMU Ballrooms

Jan. 21 | 12:30 pm
MLK Week Keynote
Dr. Sheryll Cashin
Eckstein Hall (Law School)

Feb. 23
Presentation on Environmental Racism
Dr. Kristin Shrader-Frechette

Mar. 29-31
Peacemaker in Residence
Marie Dennis
Presentations TBD

Registration and more details
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