The Arthur V. Mauro Institute for Peace & Justice is known for its excellence in outreach programming, including lectures, cultural events, and workshops in the area of peace and justice. Most events are free and open to the public.
For a complete listing by calendar date of all upcoming Mauro Institute Events, please visit the Mauro Institute Facebook events page.
To view specific events, please click on the appropriate links below.
Brown Bag Lecture Series
Produced in collaboration with the Joint Masters and Ph.D. Programs in Peace and Conflict Studies, and occasionally with other partner organizations, the Friday lunch-hour series features guest lecturers on the topic of human rights, justice, international affairs and peace. The series is held in the Mauro Institute Boardroom (room 252 in St. Paul's College). The lecture is followed by a short question and answer period. Feel free to bring your lunch!
Read about upcoming Brown Bag Lectures.
Sol Kanee Lecture Series
Sponsored by the Richardson Foundation, the Mauro Institute presents the Annual Sol Kanee Lecture Series featuring distinguished leaders in the field of peace and justice.
The lecture series is named in honour of a prominent Canadian citizen—Sol Kanee (1909 - 2007), who was devoted to the cause of peace and justice. Mr. Sol Kanee had an unparalleled record of service to Winnipeg, and was appointed an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1977. Read more about Sol Kanee.
Click here to view all previous and upcoming Sol Kanee Lectures.
MLT Aikins St. Paul's College University Affiliation Lecture
The MLT Aikins St. Paul’s College University Affiliation Lecture is sponsored by the University of Manitoba, The Ph.D. and Joint M.A. Programs in Peace and Conflict Studies, and St. Paul’s College, with financial support provided by MLT Aikins.
Click here for information about previous and upcoming St. Paul's College University Affiliation Lectures
Storytelling for Peace and Renewing Community (SPARC)
The goal of SPARC is to promote knowledge and skills about innovative story-based approaches to conflict resolution, peace-building, and community building; and to serve as a crossroads for peace-builders, storytellers and other artists, educators, and other people working to promote constructive cultural change in their societies and/or in conflict zones. One of the most prominent community engagement activities of the Mauro Institute is the Winnipeg International Story Telling Festival.