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Wed 18 Sep 2013, 1:30pm–4:00pm
Thu 19 Sep 2013, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Massey University Albany Campus, State Highway 17, Albany, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

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Massey University Peace Week 2013
Coordinated by Massey Albany Chaplaincy Services
Events held in café at Student Central.

1) Ralph Bathurst in conversation with Andrew Chrystall on the Preconditions for Peace: How we get beyond our dysfunction.
Wednesday 18th Sept 1:30 PM – Student Central Small Café

2) I’m a NZ peacekeeper and a Christian. What if I have to respond violently to violence?
Wednesday 18tt Sept – 3 PM – Student Central Small Café

Mr. Peter Wilson, a former peacekeeper in Timor speaks of NZ’s peace role in a war torn country, and his personal struggle between his personal convictions and the possibility he’d kill in the performance of his duties.

3) The Qu’an & Haddith: What does Islamic Literature say about peace?
Thur 19th Sept – 10am – Student Central Small Café

Guest scholar Asim Hashmi presenting, with Q & A to follow Join this conversation on the concept of peace in the Islamic literatures.

4) Peace, a refugee’s perspective
Thur 19th Sept – 12:30-2PM – Student Central Small Café

With millions on the move due to unrest in Syria, refugees are getting more attention than they usually do. Normally they are absent from the headlines and agendas, marginalised and powerless.

Aklilu Hibtit, Senior Cross Cultural Worker with Red Cross Refugee Services will address some of the issues and answer questions from personal and shared experience..

5) Practical Peace on our diverse campus…finding common ground.
What does it mean to mange & celebrate our diversity well here at Massey?
Thur 19th Sept – 3PM– Student Central Small Café

Chaplain Jill Shaw will bring some examples of how things can go badly wrong, and some suggestions as to how we can live well together, find common ground and be richer for it.

Look for

sausage sizzles,
pea soup,
nibbles and sweets,
coffee & tea,
good conversation & exchange of ideas
peace kites,
diversity ball game,
an interactive chalkboard,
displays, and more
all on campus 18-19 Sept at or near Student Central as part of Massey’s Peace Week 2013

Peace Talks
Gotta have ‘em.

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