The Washington Office of the Keough School of Global Affairs focuses on real-time impact, representing Notre Dame at the epicenter of global engagement. We convene policymakers, faculty, students and alumni from across the policy and political spectrum.
Strategically positioned in the heart of Washington, DC, the office provides a base for the Keough School to continue its academic pursuits and serves as a venue for programming, teaching, and outreach in the DC area.
Overcoming Violence in Wounded Societies: Perspectives from the Colombian and Kenyan Truth Commissions
Understanding China’s Media Propaganda in Africa
Iraqi Women Speak: Promoting Women, Peace, and Security
The Interconnectedness of Peace and Nature Conservation: A Global Policy Conversation
Religion and Migration: A Multifaith Conversation on People and Policy
Afghanistan: Promoting a People-Centered Approach to Aid and Development
Social Media’s Impacts on Conflict And Democracy: The Techtonic Shift
Centering Human Rights and Environmental Due Diligence: The US National Action Plan on Responsible Business Conduct
Coffee for Integration: Insights on Empowering Migrants and Refugees in the Americas
Sustainable Food Systems: A Panel Discussion
US Peace Policy: Can America Help Fragile States Flourish?
The Inter-American Human Rights System: Launch of Principles on Academic Freedom
The Inter-American Human Rights System: Reparations Design and Compliance
The Inter-American Human Rights System: Best Practices for Implementing IACHR Decisions
Advancing the Debate about the Humanitarian Impact of Economic Sanctions
The Twentieth Anniversary of September 11: Chaos or Community?
Prioritizing Afghan Voices: How the International Community Can Assist Afghanistan
The United States and Europe after the Demise of the Old International Order
The Twentieth Anniversary of September 11: Pax Americana?
The Twentieth Anniversary of September 11: Cause and Effect
Engaging the Private Sector for Innovative Global Development
Transatlantic Conversations: The UK Government Perspective on the Next Generation of the Irish Peace Process
Transatlantic Conversations: The Irish Government Perspective on the Next Generation of the Peace Process
Transatlantic Conversations: The US Role in the Next Generation of the Irish Peace Process
Religious Discrimination During Crises: A Global Perspective
Northern Ireland and Colombian Peace Accords: Insights on Negotiations, Design, and Implementation for Sustainable Peacebuilding
The Frontlines of Peace: An Insider’s Guide to Changing the World
The Historic Vietnam Veterans Protest in Washington: Lessons for Today
Promoting Human Flourishing in Central America
Mandating Peace: Enhancing the UN Security Council’s Approach to Mediation
An Unprecedented Transition: A Discussion of the Transition from the Trump Administration to the Biden Administration
Flash Panel: Where Next for Myanmar?
A Policy Playbook on Nonproliferation Sanctions
A Foreign Policy Conversation with US Senator Chris Murphy
After Brexit: The Future of Ireland’s Relationship with the US and UK
American Democracy at Risk: A Global Comparative Perspective
New START: Catholic-Evangelical Dialogue on Nuclear Disarmament
Panel Discussion: “The US Presidential Election and Asia Policy”
South Sudan: Progress Toward Peace or Locked in Crisis?
Webinar: “Using Evidence to Engage the Private Sector”
Refugees Trapped in a Global Pandemic: An Assault on Human Dignity
Humanity in Crisis
Seeking Asylum in the EU
The Pope and the Bomb: Beyond Deterrence
Pope Francis’ Vision of Peace
Beyond the Ballot: Taiwan’s Elections and Their Implications for US Policy
South Sudan’s Peace Process at a Crossroads: New Data from Juba and Notre Dame
Brexit, Brinkmanship, and the Future of Ireland: The Role of the U.S. in safeguarding the Northern Ireland Peace Process
Religion Beyond Memes: Enhancing Public Discourse about Faith and Practice
The US Response to the Global Migration Crisis
Voters and Elections in Latin America: How Much Choice is Too Much?
Unity on Global Fragility: Can Today’s Momentum in Washington Stop Tomorrow’s Violent Conflicts?
Beyond the Border: Regional Priorities and the Migration Debate in Central America
The Colombia Peace Process After Two Years
The Religion Factor: Why Policy in South Asia Can’t Ignore Faith
Venezuela: Humanitarian Crisis and Struggle for Democracy
Human Rights Fact-finding in the Era of Fake News
Preventing Small Fires from Becoming Large Fires
Strategies for Lasting Peace Accords
At the Keough School, we’re not just focused on the policies; we’re focused on the people who are impacted by the policies.
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