From Scarlett: Innovation, Resource Mobilization and La Vida Mejor – An Applied Field Experience in Uruguay I’m not going to say North Carolina barbecue was the main incentive, but it wasn’t not part of my reasoning. Applying for the … Continued
Watch an information session about the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center and academic programs in Global Studies, Public Health, and Social Work (all at UNC), and in International Development Policy (at Duke). Click here to watch on Vimeo. Managing Director Susan … Continued
From Larissa: Remote from Durham, two dream internships! I arrived in Durham, North Carolina in January 2021, one semester after the Master’s Program in International Development Policy (MIDP) had started. During the fall of 2020 I studied from home in … Continued
Alum Branka Panic on AI for Peace – Using Artificial Intelligence for Creating Lasting Peace On our graduation day, in May 2019, I wrote a “letter to myself”, a beautiful Rotary Peace Fellowship tradition of remembering the day as the … Continued
Watch an information session about the Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center and academic programs in Global Studies, Public Health, and Social Work (all at UNC), and in International Development Policy (Duke). Managing Director Susan Carroll explains what makes the Duke-UNC … Continued
Introducing our 2019 incoming cohort of Rotary Peace Fellows The Duke-UNC Rotary Peace Center is welcoming 10 new fellows at the beginning of August. Over the history of our center, we have welcomed fellows from 61 different countries.
A Big Win for ISC Published by The International Storytelling Center on May 10, 2019 We’re proud to announce that ISC has been named the winner of the Peacebuilding Big Idea Challenge, an international competition administered by the Purdue … Continued
Joseph Sany – Practitioner in Residence from FHI 360 Our center was very honored to host a visit by Joseph Sany, Technical Advisor with FHI 360. Sany visited our center in cooperation with the Masters in International Development Policy program (MIDP) … Continued
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