The Amsterdam Centre for Religion and Peace & Justice Studies is an academic research centre focusing on issues related to peace and justice at the intersection of religion with interdisciplinary and interreligious approaches. Founded in 2011, it seeks not only to research but also communicate insights by means of education, with the intent to create space for peace and justice. A prime example is the initiation of the master’s specialisation Peace, Trauma, and Religion. Further examples include publications, conferences, and annual public lectures related to aforementioned themes. In short, the Centre is a platform for exchanging ideas on the topic of peace and justice within the academic community as well as the broader society.