All are welcome to a seminar on how we, as citizens of this country and the European Union, can influence policy makers and governments to promote alternatives to violence in this difficult time. It will also consider how small groups can give their advocacy real impact at UN, EU and local level.
Where: Friends Meeting House, 4/5 Eustace Street (beside Irish Film Institute)
When: Wednesday 30th March at 7,30pm
The contributors to the seminar are:
- Andrew Lane of Quaker Council for European Affairs, Brussels
- Tony D’Costa of Pax Christi
- Siobhan O’Donoghue of Uplift (Coordinated Action for Progressive Change)
These contributors will explore their peace building and campaigning initiatives at UN, EU and grass roots level respectively.
Prof John Doyle, Director, Institute for International Conflict Resolution, DCU who will consider recent developments in Irish Neutrality.
This free event is hosted by the Dublin Quaker Peace Committee. Places are limited, so please let us know if you plan to be present. Email Martin Leavy at email@example.com or text 087 648 8586 or Sean McCrum at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 087 947 4459