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Lecture on Conflict Transformation in Myanmar

This event is co-hosted by Trocaire and ISE, Dublin.

Date: November 16 2015

Venue: ISE Dublin, G16, 4pm-6pm

Coffee/Tea at 3.30pm

All Welcome

'Listening to Communities from Northern Shan and Kachin State in Myanmar'. This is also a biography of Amie Kirkham who will speak.

'Amie Kirkham coordinates the Listening Initiatives team at the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS). Her role focuses on conflict analysis, policy influence and designing conflict intervention initiatives to support the Myanmar peace process. Amie has worked with CPCS' listening methodology, developing it as a conflict transformation tool to inform robust conflict analysis, access and elevate less heard voices and alternative narratives in peace process and conflict settings, monitor community opinions over time and create transformative dialogue spaces. Her areas of expertise include conflict transformation, conflict analysis, peace research and dialogue processes. Before coming to CPCS, Amie's research and practical work was focused on natural resource and tribal based conflict in Papua New Guinea'.


Last updated 19 October 2015 by Irish School of Ecumenics (Email).