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Reconciliation: the Art and Power of Conflict Resolution
Date:
8th July 2018
Time:
17:00- 18:00
Description:
Amnesty International

Theatre Marquee



- Kerry Moscogiuri, Director of Supporter Campaigns and

Communications - Amnesty International

- The Very Reverend Stephen Lake, Dean of Gloucester

- Jamila Gavin

- Judith Large – Senior Research Fellow, University of Kent

Conflict Analysis Research Centre



Against the backdrop of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, our panel discusses how writers, academics and activists approach the theme of conflict resolution at a personal, national and international level. They explore how respect for rights in the home, community and on the political stage help achieve reconciliation and peace - and why it is vital at this point in history for all of us to stand firm in upholding them.



8 adults / £5 Students and U18s
Category:
Lectures
See Also:
Wordfest - Sunday 8 July

 

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