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The economic downturn that is causing disruption the world over has brought with it uncertainty for many – not least those who, as lockdowns came into force around the world, were seeking employment or a career change.

On Thursday, February 27th, the Peace Studies program hosted Dr. Cigdem Oguz from the University of Naples Federico II. Peace Studies Program Director Alessandro Mulieri and Political Islam professor Shirin Zakeri collaborated with Dr.

On Saturday 22, 2020, the Peace Studies cohort attended a personal tour of the Mosque of Rome. The students are currently enrolled in a course taught by Dr. Shirin Zakeri that covers the subject of political Islam.

On the evening of February 6th, 2020, the American University of Rome and its Peace Studies graduate program hosted a screening of the celebrated documentary, Mother Fortress.

The Graduate School of The American University of Rome is pleased to announce that from Fall 2020 its three Master's degree programs - Food Studies, Peace Studies, and Sustainable Cultural Heritage - will be offered on a part-time basis in addition to the current full-time programs.

Since 2015, the number of food-insecure people has increased due to conflict, climate change, and downward trends in economic growth. To add perspective, Dr.

The M.A. Program in Peace Studies organized an end-of-semester field trip to the Balkans, one of Europe's regions of recent conflicts and tensions.

From Sunday April 14th to Monday April 15th, the Peace Studies Cohort traveled to Brindisi in Puglia where they had the opportunity to visit the United Nations Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) and the United Nations Global Service C

On Wednesday February 27th, the Peace Studies MA cohort traveled to Padova for a Conference on Children's Rights hosted by the University of Padova and Save the Children. Guest lecturer, Dr.