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In case you missed “Waging Peace in Turbulent Times” on April 13, 2017, an archived webcast of this event can be viewed below.
Hear from two of The Carter Center’s Peace Program directors, Hrair Balian of the Conflict Resolution Program and Jennie Lincoln of the Latin American and Caribbean Program, as they discuss the efforts the Center is undertaking to wage peace in the two countries ravaged by violent conflict: Colombia and Syria. 166 more words
24 April ― 16 Jalál ― THE TWELVE DAYS OF RIḌVÁN
And what could be more fitting to offer the Blessed Beauty on the two hundredth anniversary of His Birth than the earnest striving of His loved ones to extend the reach of His Faith? 979 more words
Original Lloyds List & The Maritime Executive OP-ED
I have great respect for the mental and physical tenacity of the remaining 13 Indian crew of the Liberty Prrudencia. 582 more words
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!! Launching this spring: Kindness at Noon for Immigrants + Refugees. In light of the ongoing controversy over rights of the global citizen who find themselves migrating to another country; the enacted “Muslim Ban” in the US; Brexit in the UK; and the perilous dimensions of what it means to be a refugee in the 21st century, Kindness at Noon aims to raise awareness of this humanitarian crisis all of us are impacted by in one form or another. 1,024 more words