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Saturday November 17 2012
09:00 AM

Afri Hedge School with voices from the Arab Spring

category national | miscellaneous | event notice author Monday November 12, 2012 09:44author by R- - Afri Report this post to the editors

In association with International Peace Bureau

"Disarmament, Development, Democracy: Joining the Dots"

As our globalised world gets smaller, so the burning issues we are confronted with seem to overlap to a greater and greater extent. How to solve the challenge of poverty without re-allocating some of the huge sums devoted to militarism? How to ensure a stable future for our economies and our societies without taking into account the massive impacts of climate change and resource depletion? How to redeem the promise of a new democratic order in the Middle East and North Africa without ensuring true gender justice? And how can we achieve any of these things without a full, inclusive, transparent democracy? These are some of the issues we will tackle in the Dublin Dialogue.

With contributions from two women heroes of the Arab Spring -- Nawal El Sadaawi (Egypt) and Lina Ben Mhenni (Tunisia), together with music and tree planting.

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Saturday, November 17, 2012

10:00am until 5:30pm

Woodlock Hall, All Hallows College, Dublin 9

Related Link: http://www.afri.ie/news-and-events/international-peace-...isia/
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