Pluralism and Peace Forum / Forum sur le pluralisme et la paix Oct.27, 2016 — Global Centre for Pluralism, Canada

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Pluralist societies are products of decision and public investment characterized by good governance, strong civic institutions, and sound public policy choices. Pluralist societies foster the equal participation of all citizens in the political, economic and socio-cultural life of the nation – enabling individuals and groups to express their cultural, linguistic and religious identities within a framework of shared citizenship. Through these means, the ethic and practices of pluralism can foster a more equitable and peaceful human development.

Launched in April 2012, the PLURALISM FORUM is a new series of moderated Q & A discussions with leading international authorities on the policies and practices that support these outcomes.

October 27, 2016

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

Featuring Meredith Preston McGhie (HD Centre) and Marie-Joelle Zahar (Research Network on Peace Operations) and David Gorman (HD Centre) in conversation with Roland Paris (University of Ottawa).

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Published on 28 Oct 2016

Pluralism and Peace in a Fragmenting World: What is Canada’s Role?
Meredith Preston-McGhie, Marie-Joelle Zahar, David Gorman and Moderator Roland Paris speak about Pluralism and Peace, held Oct. 27th, 2016 at the Global Centre for Pluralism, co-hosted by the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue.

Source: Global Centre for Pluralism,Canada

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