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The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies aims to be a world leader in peace and conflict research as well as the world's best school for young peacemakers

The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies aims to be a world leader in peace and conflict research as well as the world's best school for young peacemakers.

The Centre will achieve these goals by:

  • Promoting research that focuses on the root causes of violence and on methods to reduce its prevalence.
  • Giving a select group of undergraduates — drawn from Canada and around the world — the practical knowledge they need to advance the cause of peace.

The Centre's scholars work within and beyond the traditional purview of international affairs, studying interstate war as well as major conflict inside countries, including revolution, insurgency, ethnic strife, guerrilla war, terrorism, and genocide. They seek to identify, especially, the underlying causes of this strife, from poverty, resource scarcity, and weapons proliferation to competing claims for justice and failures of foreign-policy decision making.

By offering its students a wide range of programs for their intellectual and professional development as peacemakers, including unparalleled opportunities to undertake their own research, the Centre aims to produce graduates with the character, idealism, and skills to change the world.

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Perceptions of Children Involved in War and Transitional Justice in Northern Uganda

Beyond GDP: Enabling Democracy with Better Measures of Social Well-Being

Perspectives and Biases of Chinese and Japanese Youth on China-Japan Relations: The Influence of Social Identity

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