21st November 2017
Bomb and Bullet Legacy
21st Nov – Renehan Hall
The Truth and Reconciliation Platform (TaRP) brings the "Bomb and Bullet Legacy" talk which will take place on November 21 in Renehan Hall. The Chairman of TaRP, Stephen Travers, said "Truth and Reconciliation Platform was established to give victims, regardless of their political, religious or cultural background, an opportunity to speak for themselves; to tell their own story - in their own words - so that the terrible consequences of political violence will never be forgotten and the mistakes of the past will never be repeated."
Various Irish speakers will present during the Truth and Reconciliation Platform, which will be chaired by Seamus Mallon.
Interested participants can register here https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/the-bomb-and-bullet-legacy-tickets-39440102408?utm_term=eventurl_text
23 November 2017
Annual Lieutenant General Dermot Earley Lecture
Guest Speaker - Rev. Dr Patrick Devine, Shalom Centre for Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Kenya
Title of Address: Peace, Security and Sustainable Development in Eastern Africa
At Renehan Hall, 6.30pm Thursday 23rd November,
You are invited by the Edward M Kennedy Institute for Conflict Intervention Maynooth University, in association with the Irish Defence Forces, to the 2017 Dermot Earley Lecture. The lecture will take place in Renehan Hall South Campus, Maynooth University on Thursday 23rd November.
The 2017 address will be delivered by Rev. Dr Patrick Devine, International Chairman and Founder of the multi –faith Shalom Centre for Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, Kenya.
In his address, Rev Dr Devine will discuss his experience of working with communities in Eastern Africa to promote peace, security, justice, sustainable development and reconciliation. In particular, he will focus on Shalom’s approach to its work with tribal and community leaders on education, empowerment and transcending ethnic and religious boundaries to get to the root causes of conflict.
To reserve a place, please email: email@example.com
29 November 2017
Collective Trauma in Conflict Scenarios, its impact and relevance for conflict intervention practitioners and communities affected by it: A Scoping Study
Over the past year staff from the Kennedy Institute have worked on a scoping study on the impact and relevance of collective trauma in areas of conflict. The report on this study will be launched on Wednesday November 29th at 1230pm in Renehan Hall.
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The purpose of CPD is to ensure that Mediators keep their knowledge and skills up to date for the benefit of users of their service and for their own personal and professional development.