and human relationships with land
Future Dreaming Australia
Australian Earth Laws Alliance
School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, The University of Queensland
School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland
University of Queensland, St Lucia Campus
[Room details to be confirmed]
Researchers, thinkers and educators are invited to join our first, fascinating event, to begin our Peace and Stability Dialogue Series. Participation is free of charge, but bookings are essential.
Symposium participants will actively participate in co-creating the parameters of the questions and themes of our multi-year Dialogue Series.
Please click here to read background information about our Peace and Stability Dialogue Series (2019-2022). And click here to connect with our facebook event page for the 21 November symposium.
Morning Symposium – All are welcome!
9.30am to 12.30pm
Book your place via Eventbrite [coming soon!]
The morning session is open to all who are interested to come along and enjoy thought provoking presentations.
Invited speakers will present Six Provocations. The provocations will be designed to be contradictory, challenging and sometimes confronting. Provocations will be framed within the following themes:
- Relationism and Survivalism
- Peace, Wisdom and Logic
- Law, economics, the commons, the market and finance
- Media, technology and communications
- Male/female reconciliation, rapprochement
- Pluralism, multi-polarity
These initial provocations will begin the process of building the parameters for the longer term Dialogue Series.
(details available soon)
Afternoon Workshop – Expressions of Interest are invited
1.30pm to 5pm
Email your Expressions of Interest to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Numbers are limited to 50 people, so please send us your Expression of Interest (EOI) by 1st August
The afternoon session will build on the morning’s presentations and discussions.
The provocations will stimulate participants to analyse their own viewpoint and contribution to the new narrative. Participants will be invited, through a facilitated process of discussion circles, to identify their own research project/s for the series.
Participants will be invited to participate in the multi-year Dialogue Series, to contribute ideas and papers throughout the series.
How to participate in the Afternoon Workshop
To participate in the afternoon workshops, you are invited to submit a 250-300 word outline of why you wish to attend, what you hope to learn, and some of your initial ideas to contribute to discussion.
Please email your EOI to: email@example.com