Curfew lifted in Lebanon: need for structural change remains

Curfew lifted in Lebanon: need for structural change remains

Jordan Daily -Since the implementation of restrictive measures in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, NGOs around the world have witnessed a deeply concerning increase in domestic abuse. In Lebanon, the situation is no different, with evidence suggesting that lockdown...
Kent named to Canadian Sports Hall of Fame

Kent named to Canadian Sports Hall of Fame

The Intelligencer – 28 May 2020 – A Prince Edward County woman has been awarded Canada’s highest sporting honour. Sophiasburgh resident Judy Kent was named one of 11 people to form the Class of 2020/21 of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame and will receive...
Alumni Spotlight: Ketty Anyeko and Lindsay McClain Opiyo

Alumni Spotlight: Ketty Anyeko and Lindsay McClain Opiyo

The Kroc Cast: Peace Studies Conversations-7 April 2020 – Kroc Institute Associate Director for Alumni Relations, Anne Hayner, talks with 2014 Kroc Institute Master’s alums Ketty Anyeko, a current Ph.D. student at the University of British Colombia, and...
Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation represented at conference in Amman

Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation represented at conference in Amman

Inside The Games -18 February 2020- The Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation (THF) was represented at a conference run by the Japan International Cooperation Agency in Jordan. It was held in capital Amman under the topic “sport for refugees in Jordan, programmes,...
Master of Global Affairs student wins Amnesty International USA award

Master of Global Affairs student wins Amnesty International USA award

Notre Dame News – 5 February 2020 -Victoria Nyanjura, a current Master of Global Affairs, International Peace Studies student at the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, is one of two recipients of the 2019 Ginetta Sagan Award from Amnesty...