Faculty fellow Wendy Pearlman helps explain the Syrian humanitarian crisis through Syrians’ own voices
For the past several years, faculty fellow Wendy Pearlman has documented the stories of displaced Syrians in the Middle East and Europe.
To produce these findings, Henke worked with undergraduate members of Buffett’s War and Society working group.
November 2-4, 2016, the Keyman Program hosted "Historical and Comparative Perspectives of Kurdish Politics" to discuss an important global issue that often goes ignored by US academics.
Each year, the Davis Projects for Peace program awards a $10,000 grant to an undergraduate to design grassroots “projects for peace.”
Check out the new programs and opportunities launched at the Buffett Institute over the past year.
Global Politics and Religion (GPR) brings together innovative thinkers to respond to the challenges of a socially and religiously diverse world.
Our faculty affiliates frequently lend commentary and expertise on myriad topics around crucial global issues, and their contributions to the conversations that stemmed from the November 13 attacks in Paris are no different.
This summer, funding from the Buffett Institute and the Summer Internship Grant Program (SIGP)
The Center for Forced Migration Studies goes to UNHCR's Annual Consultations with NGOs to discuss refugee rights and protection,
The Keyman Program has a new director, new course offerings, lectures, and other exciting events lined up for the 2015-2016 year.
MENA faculty members present groundbreaking research in their first book, On the Ground.