Peace Studies Students Go Global

Renée LaReau | June 27, 2013 | Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

Kroc - Engy Said chats with Karen Dickman at the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy in Arlington, VASept 25, 2012: Engy Said (l) chats with Karen Dickman, executive director at the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy in Arlington, VA / Photo by Matt Cashore.

Second-year master’s students in peace studies are preparing to depart for their internships at Kroc field sites in Israel/Palestine, the Philippines, South Africa, Uganda, Bhutan, and the United States.   

For nearly six months, students will work “in the real world,” integrating peacebuilding theory with practice in policy research and analysis, development and education, interfaith dialogue, communications, social justice, human rights, violence prevention, gender research, and grassroots organizing.

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