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International - Event Notice
Saturday November 17 2012
03:00 PM

Public Debate about Colombian Peace Talks

category international | rights and freedoms | event notice author Thursday November 08, 2012 12:21author by LASC (Latin America Solidarity Centre)author email members at lasc dot ieauthor address 5, Merrion Row, Dublin 2author phone 1-6760435 Report this post to the editors

Public Talk

Public talk & debate – LASC's Research Officer, José Antonio Gutierrez, will discuss the ongoing peace talks in Colombia. This event will take place at the last hour of LASC's annual AGM. It is open to AGM participants and non-participants.

On October, the Colombian government and the rebels of the FARC-EP have started formal peace negotiations to be conducted mainly in La Habana, Cuba. This is happening at a time of increased polarization in the positions and increasing escalation of conflict at all levels. Though welcome, these peace negotiations raise a number of important issues to take into account: how far will the establishment go into correcting the injustices that created the conflict in the first place? How other rebel factions will take part in this process? How civil society will participate in them? How will the military take a stand in the face of this peace negotiations? How will the USA play a role in this process? We will address all this issue from the point of view of how we can play a positive and constructive role from Ireland.

LASC (Latin America Solidarity Centre) is an initiative for cultural promotion, development education and campaigning solidarity, linking Ireland and Latin America.

For more information please contact Emily at: members@lasc.ie or visit the website www.lasc.ie

author by LASCpublication date Thu Nov 15, 2012 12:43Report this post to the editors

Talk will be finished by 15,50 to give people time to go at 16,00 to the demo in Parnell Square.

 
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