"Rethinking peace education in a time of endless wars", by Prof Dianne Otto (in 'Gendered International Law of Peace' series, organised by Goldsmiths Law's Dr Sheri Labenski)
Join Professor Dianne Otto to ask: what does ‘peace’ mean to us, and to our students, in today’s world of endless wars? How can we explain why the project of ‘universal peace’, so ardently dreamed of by the ‘peoples’ of the United Nations in 1945, has failed so profoundly?
This event is part of the Gender, Peace, Education and International Law Symposium run by Dr Sheri Labenski held under the ERC project ‘A Gendered International Law of Peace’. Hosted by the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security.
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|25 Oct 2021
|10:00am - 11:00am
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