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Seeking Peace in a Difficult Place Friday 26th October, 2012 at Friends’ Meeting House beside Friends’ Prep.School, 4, Magheralave Road, Lisburn, BT28 3BD. 7.30- 9.30 p.m. The conflict in Palestine and Israel is very serious, emotive and divisive and affects people and their thinking in many parts of the world. Quaker Yearly Meeting Peace Committee [...]
Seeking Peace in a Difficult Place A hard task to follow Saturday 20th October, 2012 At Churchtown Meeting House, 82 Lower Churchtown Road, Dublin 14. 10.30am- 1.00pm Notice from Irish Yearly Meeting Peace Committee Last May, Irish Yearly Meeting Peace Committee co-operated with Dublin Monthly Meeting Peace Committee and Churchtown Meeting to arrange a seminar [...]
IRISH YEARLY MEETING PEACE COMMITTEE Dominic Scott, a professor of Millersville University, Pennsylvania is coming to N.Ireland in June this year with a group of students and a few graduates to learn a bit about life here now and our troubled past. He has been doing this for many years, having originally come from here. [...]
A seminar on Saturday 19th May 2012 at Churchtown Meeting House, 82 Lower Churchtown Road, Dublin 14 Originated by Yearly Meeting Peace Committee with the assistance of Dublin Monthly Meeting Peace Committee 11.00am-3.30pm Contact: Seán McCrum email@example.com 087-947 4459 01 / 00-353-1/ 679 3279 Yearly Meeting Peace Committee discovered that they do not know what [...]
International Peace Studies Public Lecture “War Crimes in Sri Lanka:International Implications” Denis Halliday & Mary Lawlor Thursday, October 77 PMJ. M. Synge Theatre Arts Building Trinity College Dublin Denis Halliday is former Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations. Mary Lawlor is Director of Front Line, The International Foundation for theProtection of Human Rights Defenders. Denis [...]
IRISH FORUM FOR PEACE IN SRI LANKA J.M. Synge Theatre, Trinity College Dublin Saturday 16th January @ 2.00pm The Permanent People’s Tribunal (successor to the Bertrand Russell Tribunal) will be conducting a People’s Tribunal on the war in Sri Lanka and its aftermath in Dublin on the 14th, 15th & 16th of January 2010. On [...]
Limerick Meeting is holding a series of talks entitled Quakers in Limerick. The next one is entitled Peace Testimony and Response to Conflict. Speakers are Helen Haughton AVP and a speaker from Quaker House Belfast. The venue is Quaker Meeting House, Southville Gardens, Ballinacurra, Limerick On Tuesday 6th October Starts at 7.30pm.
The launch of the paper publication of Neutrality: Irish Experience, European Experience, will be held at the Irish School of Ecumenics, Bea House, Milltown Park, Dublin 6, at 6.00pm, on Monday 7th September 2009. This publication consists of papers presented at the conference “Neutrality: Irish Experience, European Experience” organised by the Irish School of Ecumenics [...]
The Dublin Monthly Meeting Peace Committee has published Neutrality Irish Experience European Experience, a selection of papers presented at the Open Information Meeting on Irish neutrality in a European context which was held in Dublin on 8th May 2009, and organised jointly with the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin. This publication is available [...]
A one-day seminar to discuss Irish neutrality in a European context will take place in the Irish School of Ecumenics, Bea House, Milltown Park, Dublin 6 on Saturday 9th May 2009 For more details see below: Seminar Details Seminar Program Speaker Details
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