Pluralism and Peace in a Fragmenting World: What is Canada’s Role?

Pluralism and Peace in a Fragmenting World: What is Canada’s Role?

Thursday, October 27, 2016 – The Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat, 199 Sussex Drive, Ottawa

In an increasingly fragmented conflict landscape, characterised by growing sectarianism, nationalism and polarisation, how can Canada contribute to reinventing the tools of peacebuilding to support more pluralistic, peaceful societies? One of the most challenging elements of post-conflict recovery is establishing a genuine commitment to valuing diversity. The failure to embed pluralism in mediation efforts and peace agreements can lead to renewed conflict and instability.

Join experts at Global Pluralism Centre’s next public Forum in Ottawa to discuss pluralism in peace-building and the opportunities for Canadian leadership.

Source: Global Centre for Pluralism – Upcoming Events

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