Studying abroad on the frontlines of México’s migrant struggle

    A school trip to migrant shelters in Chiapas helped one Chicano student discover a future in social work, while also reconnecting with their roots.

    The mission of The Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College is to apply the resources of the academic community to the study of warfare and deep-rooted conflict as human problems and to the study of peace as a human potential.

    Waging Nonviolence partners with other organizations and publishes their work.

      The complicated success of sex strikes

      September 29, 2021

      Withholding sex as a form of protest has been effective throughout history, but it has also contributed to the objectification and oppression of women.

        How a Rwandan genocide survivor is supporting collective healing

        September 15, 2020

        As a student at Juniata College, Liliane Pari Umuhoza built solidarity and support among fellow genocide survivors through a yearly retreat full of activities, training and music.

          To address global conflict, Juniata students learn to develop nonviolent solutions

          September 11, 2020

          For almost 50 years, the Baker Institute at Juniata College has promoted peace and nonviolence through hands-on education.

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