The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts
At a time of heightened global violence, as war and political persecution drive the largest displacement of refugees and migrants since World War II, the University of Chicago has received a $100 million gift to establish the first research institute and annual global forum of their kind devoted solely to the study and resolution of global conflicts. The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts, housed at Chicago Harris, will concentrate its work in three main areas: (1) research to understand, prevent and resolve violent conflicts; (2) engagement by annually convening the international policy and academic community to recognize new evidence-based approaches and policies that reduce global conflicts; and, (3) education for the next generation of scholars and practitioners through new courses and programs, all designed to help resolve conflicts and inform more effective policies.
Affiliated Schools and Divisions:
- Chicago Booth School of Business
- Harris School of Public Policy Studies
- Humanities Division
- Social Sciences Division