Intercultural dialogue at the Global UNAOC Forum in Baku, 2017. On “advancing intercultural dialogue: new avenues for human security, peace and sustainable development”
3rd Spirit of Humanity Forum, ‘Caring for a World in Transition’. Building a Foundation for a Loving and Peaceful world. Reykjavik, Iceland.
The Spirit of Humanity Forum is a global network of organizations, communities and individuals committed to help bring about change in governance and decision-making, based on core human values. The Forum creates a safe space for deeper encounter, exploration and dialogue among leaders and change-makers to discover new ways to move forwards.
Consider the nature of peace and how to apply this understanding in determining the structures, systems and institutional cultures required to bring about a common political vision of peace internationally and globally.
Memory. Trauma. Peacebuilding. What are the effective approaches to enable individuals and groups to break away from the hold of traumatic memories? .. What kind of structural processes must be in place in order to engage in healing of memories .. How can individuals have healthier conceptions of their group identities that do not involve making potential enemies of the other.
Rwanda event was to explore the psychological roots of violence in recent Rwanda, and to identify new modalities of healing, reconciliation and forgiveness, between both individuals and groups.
Symposium concerned with a common platform or framework for understanding the positive contributions of religions towards spirituality.
The book, Redefining Religious Education – Spirituality for Human Flourishing is a product of the Symposium.
This book is a unique collection of interdisciplinary articles that argue for religious education to be directed primarily towards the spiritual insofar as it is part of a flourishing human life. The articles address this issue from the perspectives of theory, different religious traditions and innovative teaching and learning practices.