Investing in Peace: Annual Expenditures
|Expense Category||Total Expenditure|
|Salaries and Benefits||
|Master of Global Affairs, International Peace Studies||
|Ph.D. in Peace Studies||
|Peace Accords Matrix||
|Research and Faculty Development||
|Other Programs and Administration||
|Undergraduate Program in Peace Studies||
Investing in Peace: How You Can Help
The Ph.D. program in Peace Studies shapes the field by producing scholars and educators trained in peace research and in the fields of anthropology, history, political science, psychology, sociology, and theology.
$37,000 per student, per year (includes stipend, healthcare, and research funds)
$7-8 million to endow a student over six years of study (includes stipend, healthcare, and research funds)
The Master of Global Affairs, International Peace Studies program attracts students from around the world who are committed to lifelong careers in public policy, political change, management of organizations in peace and justice, and conflict transformation.
$50,000 per student, per year (includes stipend, healthcare and a six-month experiential internship in the field)
$3 million to endow a student over two years of study (includes stipend, healthcare and a six-month experiential internship in the field)
The Peace Accords Matrix (PAM) is a unique source of comparable data on peace agreements that enables scholars and practitioners to compare 51 different themes in comprehensive peace agreements signed since 1989. The 2016 Colombia Peace Accord gives the Kroc Institute primary responsibility for technical verification and monitoring of implementation of the accord through PAM’s Barometer Initiative.
PAM Endowment: $25 million
PAM Directorship Endowment: $5 million
PAM Research Assistant Endowment: $3 million
The Catholic Peacebuilding Network (CPN) is a voluntary network of practitioners and academics, clergy and laity that links 24 bishops’ conferences, academic institutions, development and aid agencies, and Catholic associations. Its priorities are to enhance the study and practice of Catholic peacebuilding in areas struggling with intractable conflict and violence, and build on its longstanding commitment to nuclear disarmament.
$150,000 per year, to support the program
$5 million to endow the program (including staff positions, program and research costs)