The legacy of war: ecojustice, Australia, & the Middle East.

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Thursday 20 April

Whitley College 271 Royal Parade Parkville

Joe Camilleri (chair), Deborah Storie, Keith Dyer, and Anne Elvey, exploring ecological and justice perspectives on Australia’s involvement in our ‘longest war’, particularly Afghanistan.

No cost, but bookings required by Tuesday 18 April.

Light refreshments available on arrival.

Deborah Storie has lived in Afghanistan off and on since 1992, and was executive director of an international development agency till mid-2016.

Keith Dyer and Anne Elvey are researchers on the Ecological Aspects of War: Religious Perspectives from Australia. Keith teaches New Testament at Whitley College, and is an Associate Professor of the University of Divinity. Anne is an honorary research associate of Trinity College Theological School, and a member of the Centre for Research in Religion & Social Policy at the University of Divinity.

Joseph Camilleri is Emeritus Professor at La Trobe University, where he held the Chair in International Relations, and was foundation Director of the Centre for Dialogue at La Trobe. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences and Executive director of Alexandra Agenda, a venture in ethical consulting.

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