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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Thomas Donahue, visiting assistant professor of political science, will begin a two-year pilot role as the Associate Director for Curricular Connection and Innovation this semester, a reimagination of the previous Academic Director position.
Building on programming across campus and in the community, Haverford students and alumni are playing key roles in the growing Free People Strike .
We are interdependent with our histories, and the violences and exclusions crisscross the country and manifest in specific ways in every community, including the Philadelphia area.
This summer, during the global pandemic, the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship is continuing its mission of supporting student work that integrates academic learning with practical experience at social justice-focused organizations via remote internships.
We've realigned our weekly newsletter to share resources on civic action and social justice during the COVID-19 pandemic. Resources shared in the email updates or via our Twitter account @haverford_CPGC will be collected cumulatively here. Sign up for the newsletter below.
For the vast majority of us, the greatest contribution we can make right now is to limit our movements. Be still. Stay home. Distance. Yet even staying home requires new ways of thinking. And, many of us have begun to identify ways we can be supportive of broader community in more ways than just staying home.
A forum addressing the topics of migrations, dislocations, and political disruption in contemporary Latin American literature.