Workshop on Reconciliation and Conflict

2nd March, 2018 @ 10:30 - 15:00

Woolf Institute, Madingley Road, Cambridge CB3 0UB


On Friday 2nd March 2018, 10.30am-3.00pm, the Woolf Institute will hold a workshop examining common factors and differences in peace and reconciliation initiatives in countries including Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rwanda and South Africa.  Speakers will include Dr Nedžad Avdić, a survivor of the Srebrenica massacre, and the afternoon sessions will include contributions from the founders and organisers of the Pontanima choir, an interfaith, grassroots initiative to bring people back together in Sarajevo through sharing music. The afternoon sessions will ask whether the Pontanima choir initiative can provide a model for use in other areas.

Workshop on Reconciliation and Conflict Programme

10.30am-12.00 noon: Lessons from Bosnia-Herzegovina, South Africa and Israel and implications for the UK

Morning Panel Discussion chaired by Dr Edward Kessler with:

1.00-2.30pm Pontanima Inter-religious choir and the contribution of music

Afternoon Panel Discussion chaired by Dr Gorazd Andrejč with:

Download workshop programme here.

How to book

Further information & Booking

All are welcome to attend this workshop but booking is essential.

For any further information, please contact us.

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