During the past five years, many assumptions about security have been eroded new security challenges have emerged both inside and outside Europe needing new thinking around how to respond.
In a Europe in which increased paranoia is used as a political weapon against the “outsider”, how do we play a role as citizens in defining a policy which will direct action to take us away from fear and return us to trust. In a changed scenario, what role do citizens and policy makers play?
Dublin City University (DCU), Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA), and the Dublin Quaker Peace Committee are organising a conference bridging academics, policy makers and civil society to discuss this new security environment and our changing roles and responsibilities. This event is open to everyone interested in this challenging situation.
This conference takes place at the Helix theatre, DCU, on Friday, April 20th. Further details are available here.