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Conversation, Oct. 16, Transforming Terrorism and Radicalism with Muslim Nonviolent Alternatives, USA
[ October 16, 2012; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. ] The United States Insitute of Peace, Washington, DC, will host a conversation with Dr. Chaiwat Satha-Anand, a prominent nonviolent activist and scholar from Thammasat University in Bangkok, Thailand, on the subject of transforming radical extremism with principles of nonviolence action.
This paper was compiled following David Cameron’s speech at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday 5 February 2011.
The speech and media discussions of it dealt with three principal themes: The concept of multiculturalism, and whether multiculturalism in Britain, and in Europe more generally, has failed; The nature and causes of violent extremism, and approaches to [...]
Connecting Cultures is an innovative annual event that brings young people together from around the world into the deserts of Arabia. The young people have to communicate and work as a team to overcome problems and undertake a desert journey. The purpose of Connecting Cultures is to promote face to face dialogue with young people [...]
This Sub-Group has a representative from each of the main faiths in the borough. This group comes together to discuss issues in the religious community and discuss areas of common interest.