Main Program: The Pursuit of Peace



 
25 Oct 2018 15:45 - 17:00
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NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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In an age increasingly defined by difference and hate, these panelists are working to analyze the deep divisions in society and empower others in efforts to promote peace. Take a break from the headlines to go deep on questions of what divides us, and what might bring us back together.

Di zaman yang semakin diasah oleh perbedaan dan kebencian, para panelis ini akan menganalisa masalah perpecahan yang kian hari makin bergaung dalam lapisan masyarakat dan menggerakkan orang-orang untuk ikut mengupayakan perdamaian. Berhentilah sejenak saat membaca berita utama untuk menjawab pertanyaan tentang hal apa yang selama ini telah memecah-belah kita, dan apa yang mungkin saja membawa kita kembali bersatu.

Featuring

Rio Helmi

Rio Helmi has been photographing and writing about Asia for various media since 1978. For the last year Rio has been documenting and writing about Gunung Agung for his blog …


Sidney Jones

Sidney Jones is Director of the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict, a non-governmental think tank in Jakarta. She has worked in Indonesia from 1977-1981 and from 2002-2018, and has …


Gurmehar Kaur

Gurmehar Kaur’s Small Acts of Freedom (Penguin Random House India) is a deeply personal family history. A social activist, she is Co-founder of Citizens for Public Leadership, a nonpartisan movement …



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