Opportunities in Peace
The Peace Studies Certificate is a place for Dawson students committed to Peace to engage with other Peace-minded students and to contribute to bringing a lasting Peace to our world. This is, however, simply the beginning of their journey.
For those students interested in continuing their study of Peace at the university level, or wondering what possible career options there are in the field, please explore below to check out our database of opportunities. These are living documents, so if you have any recommendations or questions about what you see here, please don’t hesitate to contact us:
Click on the buttons below to learn more about Universities that offer Peace Studies programs.
Click on the buttons below to learn more about employment opportunities with socially responsible organizations.
Click on the buttons below to find articles, books, and more on the topic of peace and nonviolence.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is the gold standard for encyclopedias of Philosophy and is available for free online. Carolyn McLeod gives an overview of the contemporary philosophical thought about the nature of trust, how it relates to knowledge, its ethical value, and provides a list of other peer-reviewed resources on specific aspects of trust.
A project of Historica Canada, The Canadian Encyclopedia, a free bilingual online resource and the only established national encyclopedia of its kind in the world, offers the largest collection of authored, accurate, and continually updated articles focused on Canada and Canadiana