Panel Discussion – Election 2017: Challenges and Opportunities.  Thursday, 31 August

Panellists:  Jane Clifton (NZ Listener Political Columnist), Bill Rosenberg (Council of Trade Unions), Marian Hobbs (Former Labour Cabinet Minister) and Professor Kevin Clements (Founding Director NCPACS)

Chaired by Professor Richard Jackson (Director, NCPACS)

Hutton Theatre, Otago Museum 5.30pm

This event is co-hosted by NCPACS and the Otago Institute for the Arts and Sciences

Workshop  - Non Linear thinking as a tool for peacemaking.  Friday, 8 September

Dr Sami Awad is a Palestinian Christian. Since founding Holy Land Trust in 1998 Sami has since been working for peace and reconciliation in the Holy Land through nonviolence. His vision is to see this happen both on a local level and a global level, speaking in many different countries around the world, including a trip to India with the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi.

The workshop is free. To register, please contact Greg Hughson 

Venue: Centre for Sustainability, 563 Castle St, 10.00 am – 3.00 pm

Conference:  Rethinking Pacifism for Revolution, Security and Politics

Keynote speakers: Professor Erica Chenoweth, Professor Stellan Vinthagen, Professor Duane Cady, Professor Brian Martin, Dr Molly Wallace, Moana JacksonWednesday 22 – Friday 24 November, St David Lecture Theatre complex. Day registrations welcome. Further information

National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies

Tel:  +64 3 479 4546. www.otago.ac.nz/ncpacs

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