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Earth@Peace. How to secure ‘just & ecologically sustainable peace’.

23-24 April 2019 9am-5:30pm,
and from 7.30pm.

Pilgrim Theological
College Melbourne
29 College Crescent

Parkville Melbourne

$100 per day, $70 concession/student, $135 professional development (with certificate). $20 evening sessions, $15 concession. Payment on entry (no online booking for evenings). Earlybird discount 20% for standard and concession tickets before 23 February 2019.

Book hereFor full information, click here  |  see the flyer  |  e: rasp@divinity.edu.au  |  03 9853 3177.

Interviews and panel discussions with leading thinkers, including working groups, and a discussion in ‘hypothetical’ format with 12 leaders and experts on implications of Australia attempting to apply the principles of a just and ecologically sustainable peace.

Keynote speakers :

  • Professor Heather Eaton, St Paul University Ottawa Canada. Author of This sacred earth at the nexus of religion, ecology and politics.
  • Professor Bruce Pascoe, Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research University of Technology Sydney. Author of Dark Emu: Black Seeds: agriculture or accident, NSW Premier’s 2016 Book of the Year.
  • Professor Chaiwat Satha-Anand, Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand. Leading Islamic scholar and advocate of nonviolence.

Sponsored by University of Divinity Centre for Research in Religion & Social Policy (RASP), Pax Christi, Australian Research Theology Foundation, Ethos Centre for Christianity & Society, and Social Policy Connections.

 

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