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'Making Sense of Colombia’s No to Peace An Elicitive Conflict Mapping Workshop'with Dr. Josefina Echavarría Alvarez & Terence Bevington, a seminar in collaboration with the Cambridge Peace and Education Research group

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On 2nd October 2016 more than 50% of Colombian voters said NO to the peace accord signed by the Colombian government and the FARC -EP guerrillas. After more than 60 years of war, many are now trying to understand why this happened. In this workshop, Dr.Josefina Echavarría Alvarez will apply the methodology of Elicitive Conflict Mapping to help develop an understanding of the Colombia no-vote, examining it as an episode that is fuelled by a larger epi-centre of conflictive dynamics and relationships. Elicitive Concept Mapping is a tool which seeks to operationalisethe philosophy of transrational peace and the art of elicitive conflict work. Dr Echavarría Alvarez is a Colombian academic working at the University of Innsbruck within the UNESCO Chair For Peace Studies. Terence Bevington, PhD candidate at the Faculty of Education and CPERG member, will share some insights and present some provocative proposals based on his recent study visit to Colombia at the height of the referendum campaign. The workshop will conclude with questions and discussion on the issues raised.

This talk is part of the Education, Equality and Development (EED) Group Seminars series.

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