Cultural Traditions on Peace and Conflict for Social Justice, Human Rights and Relational Ethics

Date: March 6th, 2014

Where: University of Victoria, David Turpin Building

This panel presentation and interactive workshop explored diverse cultural and philosophical approaches to conflict resolution and peacemaking as they apply to human and Indigenous rights, social justice, and relational ethics.

It featured speakers Eli Enns, Zhenyi Li, and Moussa Magassa and was moderated by Kelly Bannister.

The event was presented as part of Ideafest 2014, the University of Victoria’s week-long festival of research, art and innovation. It was co-sponsored by the University of Victoria’s Centre for Global Studies and the POLIS Project on Ecological Governance, the UVic Equity and Human Rights Office, the UVic Social Justice Studies Program, and the International Society of Ethnobiology.