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Tutu Centre Conference 2017 : CfP Reminder: Restoring peace: building post-conflict societies

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Link: http://tutu.hope.ac.uk/newsevents/
 
When Jul 3, 2017 - Jul 3, 2017
Where Liverpool, Merseyside UK
Submission Deadline Apr 15, 2017
Categories    peacebuilding   war and peace   international relations   post-conflict
 

Call For Papers

Place: Liverpool Hope University, Creative Campus, UK



Keynote Speaker: Prof. Patricia Lundy, Professor of Sociology, Ulster University. Paper entitled: "Fieldwork Under Fire’: Doing Critical Research, Challenges, Dilemmas and Impact".

Call for papers:

Academic interest in peace building has traditionally looked at societies in transition to peace in the immediate years following a conflict. Yet, less is known about peace building as a long-term process. This conference aims to explore the ways that a multiplicity of actors and processes advance peace and stability in societies overcoming conflict. It also seeks to interrogate not only traditional issues related to peacebuilding such as security, human rights and economic development, but also aspects related to the symbolic and cultural expressions of reconciliation and social cohesion.

We are therefore inviting contributions from wide range of disciplinary perspectives, incorporating reflections on practice and academic research about the challenges of long-term peace building in areas incorporating, but not limited to:

- Transitional Justice

- Memory

- Civil society engagement

- Public policy

- Environmental challenges

- Inequality

- Human Rights

- Culture, arts and the media

Please send abstracts of maximum 300 words (word format) for presentations lasting no more than 20 minutes, a maximum of 5 keywords, and a biography of 150 words including name, title, institutional affiliation, contact information and technical requirements where applicable at tutu@hope.ac.uk by April 15, 2017.

Registration the conference and fees:

The online registration to the conference is now open and can be accessed here

http://store.hope.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-arts-and-humanities/tutu-centre-conference

The fees are £60 standard rate £35 student rate. These include: coffees/teas and lunch. An extra fee of £35 can be added for the attendance to the Gala Dinner at 6 pm.

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