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Educating for Peace and Reconciliation: In conversation with Dr. H.B. Danesh

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This one-day seminar will explore some of the theoretical and practical dimensions of educating for peace in conflict-affected environments. Experiences from Bosnia-Herzegovina will be shared as a stimulus for discussion. Conceptual themes of the day will include developmental perspectives on conflict and peace, the role of worldviews in conflict resolution strategies, and pedagogical dimensions of peacebuilding. Breakout and plenary sessions will be dedicated to collaborative exploration and application of these themes to participants’ own areas of focus. The seminar will appeal to those interested in issues of peace, conflict, strategies for addressing violence in communities and schools, post-conflict recovery, reconciliation, development, and educational philosophy.

Pre-registration is required. Please email Stella Rogers: sr241@cam.ac.uk

Dr. H.B. Danesh is a retired medical doctor and professor of psychiatry, conflict resolution, and peace education. His areas of research and expertise include causes and prevention of aggression and violence, post-conflict recovery and reconciliation, peace education, peace leadership, unity-based conflict resolution, religion and peace, marriage and family therapy, and psychology of spirituality. He is founder of the International Education for Peace Institute, visiting faculty at the European Peace University and the World Peace Academy, University of Basel, and former president of Landegg International University, Switzerland. He has designed and directed a national Education for Peace programme in Bosnia-Herzegovina since 2000 and provides senior expertise to peace education programmes in several other countries.

This event is organized by the graduate research group on Conflict, Peace and Education, with support from the Education, Equality and Democracy (EED) strand and the Faculty of Education Research Students’ Association (FERSA).

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