On May 30, Saint Mary's University and Peaceful Schools International presented at the AGM of the Charitable Irish Society of Halifax. The students facilitated an excellent presentation on the Northern Ireland Peace Education Program and were extremely well received by the audience.
The Society is a proud and generous supporter of the program. As their website mentions, “these students most certainly deserve our deepest admiration for all they have done locally and internationally in the name of teaching conflict resolution skills to younger generations.“
Pictured l-r: Theresa Marie Underhill, President, Charitable Irish Society of Halifax; Dr. David Bourgeois, Associate Professor of Psychology (Faculty of Science Advisor on the Northern Ireland Program, 2018 Father William A. Stewart Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient); Bridget Brownlow, Conflict Resolution Advisor and Professor, Political Studies/Irish Studies; Maggie Redden, BSc’18 (Summa Cum Laude, Dr. Brian O'Brien Medal for Irish Studies recipient); student Patrick Guerra (3rd year, Economics/IDS) and student coordinator for the Northern Ireland Program; Emily Anderson, BA Advisor and Senior Coordinator, Northern Ireland Program.