Tag Archives: Fulbright Scholar

Florina Benoit

Florina holds a PhD in Social Work from Osmania University, an MA in Conflict Transformation from Eastern Mennonite University and in Social Work from Madras University. A Fulbright Scholar and an Oxford Fellow, she has constantly combined theory and praxis in her professional and academic journey. Her expertise lies in breaking the complex to simple. ...More

Syed Abrar Hussain

December 2008: I am back in the US as a student, doing my MBA from Wharton, University of Pennsylvania. I am happy to be back here for study. This time my wife and son are with me here in Philadelphia.

Jennifer Christine Jag Jivan

Jennifer “Jenny” Christine Jag Jivan, MA ’06 (conflict transformation), has been the full-time acting director of the Christian Study Centre in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, since 2013 (after starting part time in 2012). Established in 1967, the center works extensively to promote interfaith harmony, peacebuilding, human rights, women’s rights, and minority rights. It carries out research in these ...More

Alumni Couple are Movers and Shakers in Southern India

Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton, move over. Ditto for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. CJP has its own version of a “power couple” – but the two truly represent “power for suffering people.” The man is 38-year-old Ashok Gladston, dean of 23 departments comprising 350 teachers at one of the most prestigious universities in India, ...More

All Are Staying in the Holy Land: On Moving From Victimhood to Mutual Dignity

This essay represents an excellent follow-up to the fall/winter 2012 issue of Peacebuilder magazine (both print and online), containing articles on the work of Fadi Rabieh and 24 other CJP alumni in the Middle East. In this essay, Rabieh offers a broad view of the steps Israelis and Palestinians must take to achieve peace. I ...More