Between the 5th and 7th of July in 2022, Pope… Read More »The Ecumenical Peace Pilgrimage to South Sudan
Rwanda experienced one of the deadliest conflicts in the second… Read More »(Imperfect) Justice via Gacaca in Rwanda
Even when not overtly at war, our local and national… Read More »I love you, though I do not know who you are: a recipe for peace
In 2022, the Visualising Peace team at the University of… Read More »Creating Peace in Post-Conflict Society: The use of Intergroup Contact Theory
Several items in our museum feature examples of ‘artivism’ –… Read More »‘Of Ordinary Things’: Iraqi Women, Art, War and Peace-building
Since 2013, the charity Never Such Innocence (NSI) has been giving children… Read More »How do children visualise ‘Life after Conflict’?
On 27th January 2022, a debate was held at the… Read More »Cambridge Union Debate: Where Does Northern Ireland Belong?
Inspired by our discussions of different methods of visualising peace… Read More »Fractured Peace: a visual representation