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Date & time

5.30–7pm 28 October 2014

Location

October 28, 5.30pm -7pm
Australian Centre on China in the World Auditorium Building 188,
Fellows Lane The Australian National University

(ANU map CD32 at grid reference D3)

Speakers

Professor Daniel Bar-Tal

Contacts

Freilich Foundation
PUBLIC LECTURE
Why it is so difficult to resolve peacefully intractable conflicts
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 at 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Australian Centre on China in the World Auditorium Building 188, Fellows Lane The Australian National University ANU map CD32 at grid reference D3
One of the major questions raised regarding many protracted and violent intergroup conflicts is why the adversaries do not succeed in reaching a settlement that seems obvious and easily attainable to outsiders. This question is of special importance because despite great losses, destruction, and personal suffering, many members of societies engulfed in these conflicts remain entrenched in their conflict supporting narratives that prevent peace making process and cannot go easily through a societal change that is required in order to achieve peaceful settlement of the conflic

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