13 February 2018 By Publikasi IIS

[PUBLIC LECTURE] The Interplay Between Non-Violent Resistance and Peacebuilding

[PUBLIC LECTURE] The Interplay Between Non-Violent Resistance and Peacebuilding

The Interplay Between Non-Violent Resistance and Peacebuilding

“For a lynching, all you need is an angry mob;
for dialogue, you need an organized society.”
(Adam Michnik, historian and former Polish activist)

In the midst of the escalation of identity and class-based violence nowadays, how the nonviolent resistance contributes to the peacebuilding effort? What are the effective strategies of nonviolent resistances that capable in creating just and peaceful society?

Peacebuilding Course and the Institute of International Studies, Department of International Relations, Universitas Gadjah Mada presents public lecture “The Interplay between Non-Violent Resistance and Peacebuilding” with Véronique Dudouet (Programme Director for Conflict Transformation Research, Berghof Foundation).

Tuesday, 20 February, 2018 at 15.30 – 17.30 WIB  | BA 301 Room, FISIPOL UGM

Register yourself through here

Contact Person: Yusuf (0897 900 4203)