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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Sponsored by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, the anthropology major is working as an advocacy intern at Cultural Survival.
The political science major explored the strategy of shaming in public health, building upon her internship work on rural sanitation in Mangochi, Malawi.
Mercedes Davis '20, Deborah Ekwale BMC '21, and Valentina Zavala-Arbelaez '21 make up the first cohort of this new fellowship, an outgrowth of the longstanding Haverford House Fellows, that partners recent graduates with entry-level positions at nonprofits in Philadelphia.
The former CPGC Fellow will build on her 2018 water access internship by researching how local livelihoods around the Lake Victoria basin must be both adaptive and resilient in light of hydro-climatic disasters.
Forty-seven Bi-Co students will work with community organizations to address social justice, human rights, and environmental issues.
The history major credits a CPGC-funded internship with sparking an interest in education, and will move to Spain next year to further enrich her teaching practice.
The political science and economics double major, and CPGC student associate, will focus on violence, conflict, and peace within Muslim communities during the year-long fellowship.
Local universities and schools offer open access teaching resources and frameworks for environmental sustainability and resilience, says CPGC's Eric Hartman.
How can Haverford faculty utlize CPGC funding to support local and global community-led initiatives?