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Past events

See below for past events that we have held.

2018

Social Challenges in El Salvador today

Ruben Zamora

Changes in the Middle East

Dr Mustafa el-Feki, Director of the Alexandria Library and Dr Khaled Mohamed Azab & Dr. Sameh Fawzy

International Women's Day: Exploring maternal and artistic strategies towards a more peaceful world

Hope University, Cornerstone Festival – Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies

Security and Intelligence: the politics and the media

Professor Richard Keeble, Professor of Journalism at the University of Lincoln and Visiting Fellow of the Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, and Dr Dimitrios Anagnostakis, Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow in Politics, Department of History and Politics, Liverpool Hope University.

Russian-Ukrainian conflict: An ‘unexpected’ crisis

Dr Vsevolod Samokhvalov, Dr Natalia Vibla and Dr Taras Khomych

2017

Book Presentation: Lee Miller, Photography, Surrealism and the Second World War. From Vogue to Dachau

William Blazek

Symposium - The Balfour Declaration (1917-2017): Past, Present and Future

Professor Yosi Mekelberg, Dr Sarah Eltantawi, Professor Roger Spooner, and Dr Yazif Said

Book Presentation: The Boundaries of the debate on Land Restitution in Colombia 

Maryluz Vallejo Mejía and Catalina Montoya Londoño

How do you solve a problem like Korea?

Professor the Lord Alton of Liverpool

One-day Practitioners’ Conference on Media Discourse about British Muslims and its Implications

English Department and the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, Liverpool Hope University

Annual Conference 2017: Restoring Peace

Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre

Professorial lecture: Climate Change,Environmental Security and Global Justice

Prof Solomon Salako

Civic Lecture 2017: Challenges of building peace

Eamon Gilmore

Sacred Places: Performances, Politics and Ecologies – A Multidisciplinary Perspective

Drama, Dance and Performance Department, in partnership with the International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR) and the Working Group ‘Performance, Religion and Spirituality’; and the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies.

A tale of two cities? Social movement in the divided city of Mostar

Susan Forde

High Stakes: Women and peacebuilding in an illiberal world

Judith Large

Donald Trump, US Grand Strategy and Forthcoming Prospects for War and Peace

Dr Robert Busby

Seeking refuge: Multiple perspectives

Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies

Are the media responsible while depicting religions?

Dr Salman Al-Azami