The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship offers local community engagement opportunities, community-engaged courses and curricular pathways, and financial support for student and faculty activities that advance peace, social justice, and global citizenship.
These courses feature applied, ethical action off-campus, as well as major, minor, and concentration pathways for social justice work.
We're committed to supporting students and faculty by providing funds for projects and events related to the mission of the Center.
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Through film and discussion, join activists, artists, and organizations who are working to make our region and the United States more welcoming and inclusive.
Five Bi-Co students worked under local mentors in Dalun, Ghana, interning at preschools, a community radio station, a computer literacy center, and with the Black is Beautiful project.
With support from the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, five Haverford students journeyed to Mérida, Yucatan, to lead workshops at the Youth Program of the 2019 World Summit of Nobel Laureates.
Fitz Dougherty '21 reflects on his CPGC Fellowship with Asa Wright Nature Centre in Trinidad and Tobago. Photo by Johanne Ryan.
If Americans cut their driving by just 10%, the annual benefits would be equivalent to taking 28 coal-fired power plants off-line, says CPGC's Eric Hartman. Bicyclists "are the change."
This series focuses on the ethics of technological adoption and adaptations, inviting technologists, academics, activists, and artists to examine issues from algorithmic decision-making in the criminal justice system to the near constant surveillance of our actions to the future of work in an automated world.
As a math instructional coach in West Virginia, Joanna Burt-Kinderman ’98 is working to expand public access to a high-quality math education across the state.