Peace and Conflict Resolution in a Globalised World: Issues of Culturalism: Can Higher Education Make a Difference?
|dc.description.abstract||INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE, Peace and Conflict Resolution in a Globalised World: Issues of Culturalism, Can Higher Education Make a Difference?, Sir John Daniel, Commonwealth of Learning, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, 6 January 2007 // This Commission, which met for the first time last month, has a practical focus. It is charged to explore initiatives to promote mutual understanding and respect among all faiths and communities in the Commonwealth. It will look at the communities that work well in the Commonwealth - those that really manage 'respect and understanding' - and suggest how to replicate these successes across the Commonwealth's 53 member states and beyond. // So there are my caveats; there are my health warnings. I am a latecomer to your event; I am not versed in peace studies; and I wonder what I can say that India has not already thought.||en_US|
|dc.publisher||Commonwealth of Learning (COL)||en_US|
|dc.title||Peace and Conflict Resolution in a Globalised World: Issues of Culturalism: Can Higher Education Make a Difference?||en_US|
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