CJP partners with Kellogg Foundation’s new national initiative on truth, racial healing and transformation

Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding has been invited to partner with the W.K. Kellogg Foundation in a new initiative aimed at truth, racial healing and transformation in ... read more about CJP partners with Kellogg Foundation’s new national initiative on truth, racial healing and transformation

Trio of graduate students with ties to Syria offer personal perspectives on the lives of refugees and Mideast violence

Sharing photos, stories, poetry and prayer, three graduate students with Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding have joined together to offer personal perspectives on the Syrian refugee crisis. ... read more about Trio of graduate students with ties to Syria offer personal perspectives on the lives of refugees and Mideast violence

How is a call to arms ‘Christ-centered’? Center for Justice and Peacebuilding director publishes letter to former law school classmate Jerry Falwell Jr.

Daryl Byler, executive director of Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding, wrote this open letter to his former law school colleague, Jerry Falwell Jr. that was first published ... read more about How is a call to arms ‘Christ-centered’? Center for Justice and Peacebuilding director publishes letter to former law school classmate Jerry Falwell Jr.

Grad student — at EMU to study restorative justice and civic engagement — wins humanitarian award for recent activism

Darsheel Kaur, a first-year graduate student at Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP), has been awarded a Youth Humanitarian Award by the Greater Dayton, Ohio chapter of ... read more about Grad student — at EMU to study restorative justice and civic engagement — wins humanitarian award for recent activism

‘No better place’: Nepali judges explore restorative justice with EMU experts and Harrisonburg community practitioners

Six experts who are developing curriculum to train Nepali judges and law enforcement officials in restorative justice practices came to Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) on a week-long trip to the ... read more about ‘No better place’: Nepali judges explore restorative justice with EMU experts and Harrisonburg community practitioners