Join experts from around the world to engage in the key debates in the area of peace and conflict resolution.
On Saturday 9 April, Regent’s University London and the Tutu Foundation UK are hosting the high-profile International Peace Summit: Resolving Conflicts through Mediation.
The collaboration between Regent’s University London and the Tutu Foundation UK began five years ago and has been highly effective in promoting the legacy of Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The existential philosophies underpinning the Mediation Skills courses at Regent's reflect a transformative approach to conflict, remarkably similar to the principles of Ubuntu (crudely translated as 'I am because we are'), the African philosophy so well espoused by the Archbishop.
Covering topics such as policing conflict, the psychology of conflict, and the process of mediation in South Africa and Sri Lanka, the International Peace Summit will serve to spread mediation practice and Ubuntu facilitation far and wide.
Our expert speakers include Sir Hugh Orde, Peter Sheridan, PC Sakira Suzia, Paul Randolph, Professor Andrew Pilkington, Spenser Hilliard, Mungi Ngomane, Martin Bell, Tamara Ben-Halim, Serena Chaudhry, Dr Neven Andjelic and Dr Kit Barton. Our special guest, Nontombi Naomi Tutu, daughter of the Archbishop and renowned human rights activist, will also be presenting.
CPD points: 6 points for members of the Bar Council and Law Society; 7 points for Regent's School of Psychotherapy & Psychology UKCP members.
Regent’s University London has no connection with Regent University of Virginia USA
Last updated: 21 March 2016
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