Event Title

Religion And Conflict

Location

SU 217

Start Date

19-4-2019 11:20 AM

Department

Justice Studies

Session

Session 8

Description

In both local and global scenarios, religion continues to feature both as something that either integrates or disintegrates relationships, communities, and nations. While it is linked to numerous intractable conflicts, it is also used for positive peace building. Based on Eric’s Brahm’s article “Religion and Conflict”, this presentation focuses on some of the problems that arise from religion, which often lead to social conflict, and concludes with some steps that may lead to conflict transformation.

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Theophilus Okosun is the faculty sponsor for this project.

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Apr 19th, 11:20 AM

Religion And Conflict

SU 217

In both local and global scenarios, religion continues to feature both as something that either integrates or disintegrates relationships, communities, and nations. While it is linked to numerous intractable conflicts, it is also used for positive peace building. Based on Eric’s Brahm’s article “Religion and Conflict”, this presentation focuses on some of the problems that arise from religion, which often lead to social conflict, and concludes with some steps that may lead to conflict transformation.