Conscious.TV, EnlightenNext and Globalnet21 present
An Evening with Jo Berry and Patrick Magee 7th February 2013
"Building Bridges For Peace – Turning Tragedy into Hope"
All profits from the evening will be donated to Jo Berry and Pat
Magee’s charity Buidling Bridges for Peace.
£10 if booked in advance (£12 on night)
£20 to include meal served after the talk (must be booked in advance)
£100 to be a sponsor for the evening (includes pre-talk reception with Jo and Pat plus other benefits; email: email@example.com for more details)
The Northern Ireland Troubles in Britain:
Impacts, Engagements, Legacies and Memories
University of Brighton, England, 11–13 July 2012
An inter-disciplinary conference hosted by the Centre for Research in Memory Narrative and Histories at the University of Brighton. To explore the impacts and lasting effects of the Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ in Britain and responses to the conflict from Britain. For scholars across the arts, humanities and social sciences; peace-builders; political and community activists; artists and writers; public and voluntary sector professionals; and those with personal or organisational experience of the conflict.
Professor Brandon Hamber (Institute of Conflict Research, University of Ulster)
Professor Mary Hickman (London Metropolitan University)
Professor John Newsinger (Bath Spa University)
Colin Parry OBE (Co-Founder, Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace)
Plus: Survivor testimonies
The literature of Irish exile and the Troubles in Britain
The British State, official discourse and the politics of the Irish conflict
Contesting the conflicted past: history, memory and forgetting
Finding a voice: representation, politics and the Irish community in Britain
Negotiating the Troubles in British cultural institutions
Activist engagements: Irish Republicanism, feminism and the British Left
Suspect communities: Policing, racism and Irish identities in Britain
The British military in Ireland: strategies and experiences
Revisiting the British campaign for withdrawal
Truth recovery, peace-making and the British State
Responding to the IRA bombing campaign
Film and the Troubles in Britain
Peace-building and conflict transformation in Britain
Healing The Wounds of History:
Addressing The Roots of Violence
Jo Berry and Pat Magee are speaking in Rwanda at the HEALING THE
WOUNDS OF HISTORY: ADDRESSING THE ROOTS OF VIOLENCE' June 12 to 14th
The main aim of the conference is to explore the psychological roots of violence in recent Rwanda, and to identify new modalities of healing, reconciliation and forgiveness, between both individuals and groups.
For more information click here
Conflict, Change and Reconciliation
Learning from the Frontline - July 4-6, 2012.
Teachers: Patrick Magee, Jo Berry & Andrew Woodward
Many people today feel their voices are not heard and that they are powerless to affect what goes on around them. This sense of powerlessness can lead to apathy or explode into violence: frustrated people blame others for their lack of power, and see themselves as victims of circumstance. It is a phenomenon that we are witnessing all around the world, from shanty towns and war-torn states to inner city housing estates terrorised by gangs, and it is one of the most difficult problems facing society today.
This course is open for bookings.
Evening Talk at Studio 1, Conflict, Change and Reconciliation:, Learning from the Frontline, An Evening with Patrick Magee, Jo Berry & Andrew Woodward, Wednesday 4 July 7.30pm, Studio 1, Dartington Space. Click Here for more details.