Conflict—incited by structural inequality, migration, identity and exclusion, resource scarcity, and historical trauma—manifests through war, revolution, and other forms of violent and coercive mobilization. In the face of this reality, the prospect of long-term peace often seems unattainable. Our programs explore how changemakers manage conflict constructively, balance reconciliation and justice, and support post-conflict remembrance and healing. Students evaluate the root causes of conflict to develop evidence-based strategies designed to transform our world into one that is more peaceful and just.