Peace and Conflict Resolution


Event 10
Pluralism and Conflict Resolution Lecture Series Lecture 3: How Pluralism Impoverishes Conflict Resolution by Charles Blattberg

Date: Monday, January 19, 2004
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: D.B. Clarke Theatre - Sir George Williams
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
Admission: Open to public. Admission free

Three public lectures by Steven Lukes, John Kekes and Charles Blattberg. In this lecture, Steven Lukes addresses the role of pluralism - or religious, cultural and moral diversity - in generating deep moral and political conflict, both local and international and the possibilities of resolving such conflicts through public deliberation and action. The lectures will be taped by CUTV for broadcast, translated to streaming internet video and also made available on the CUTV website.

Event coordinated by Avery Plaw, Political Science

Charles Blattberg - Biography

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