The purpose of the Institutional Harm and Healing symposium is "to grow our institutional capacity to respond to sexual violence in just and transformative ways." Father Thomas Doyle, world-renowned Catholic leader, survivors’ advocate, priest, canon, lawyer, addictions therapist, and long-time supporter of justice and compassion for clergy sex abuse victims, will be the keynote speaker.

Symposium and lecture by Catholic victims advocate Tom Doyle focuses on institutional harms and healing

Capping a month-long series of events around the topic of healthy sexuality and sexual violence, Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) welcomed Father Tom Doyle, a Roman Catholic sexual abuse victim advocate, ... read more about Symposium and lecture by Catholic victims advocate Tom Doyle focuses on institutional harms and healing

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Frontiers in peacebuilding: from Pakistan, the Philippines and Guatemala come stories of engaging with police and military

How can peacebuilders engage with the police and military in pursuing peace? And how can police and the military engage with peacebuilders? That was the topic of a luncheon presentation ... read more about Frontiers in peacebuilding: from Pakistan, the Philippines and Guatemala come stories of engaging with police and military

KatrinaGehman-Chris Browne

Capstone Projects 2015: Center for Justice and Peacebuilding graduates research issues of conflict transformation

When Katrina Gehman began her four-month practicum experience at the U.S. Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute (PKSOI), she quickly learned that some terms have different meanings in different contexts. ... read more about Capstone Projects 2015: Center for Justice and Peacebuilding graduates research issues of conflict transformation