[INCORE Information] Seminar: Inclusive Peacebuilding Locally and Globally

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INCORE Announcement - 12/Mar/2013
Seminar: Inclusive Peacebuilding Locally and Globally

Seminar: Inclusive Peacebuilding Locally and Globally

April 10th is the 15th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement. As yet, we do not have a programme for sharing. Permeating boundaries and challenging conventional views through Active Dialogue will be the major focus of this seminar. The keynote speaker is Dr Olivier Urbain, Director of Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, Tokyo. He will propose original and new ideas concerning peace building and dialogue, based on his research of Dr Daisaka Ikeda's philosophy and practice Daisaku Ikeda's Philosophy of Peace: Inner Transformation (similarities with theories and practices of Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow) Dialogue (similarities between Ikeda's approach and that of Jurgen Habermas' concept of communicative rationality and Global Citizenship, a result of interconnectiveness of the other dimensions. Ikeda's philosophy has been applied mostly in cultural and structural peace building.

Keynote Speaker:
Dr Olivier Urbain, Director Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, Tokyo

Dr Duncan Morrow, Institute for Research in Social Sciences, School of Criminology, Politics and Social Policy, University of Ulster

Professor Brandon Hamber, Director INCORE, University of Ulster

Seminar Convenor: Professor Pauline Murphy
Emerita Professor Social Inclusion, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ulster


  *   Time: 9.30am-1.00pm, Wednesday 10th April 2013
  *   Room 82A31, Belfast Campus, University of Ulster


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Email: JE.Farren at ulster.ac.uk<mailto:JE.Farren at ulster.ac.uk> or call Janet at INCORE 02871675575

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