Religion, Conflict, and Peacemaking Conference: Keynote Address "Interfaith Dialogue in Israel-Palestine: Possibilites and Obstacles"

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The Barbara L. and Norman C. Tanner Center for Nonviolent Human Rights Advocacy presents the Seventh Annual Conference on Human Rights, Conflict Resolution, Nonviolence and Peace. Join us for the opening keynote address for the conference, "Interfaith Dialogue in Israel-Palestine: Possibilites and Obstacles," presented by Professor Abu-Nimer. Nimer is an expert on conflict resolution and dialogue for peace. He has conducted research on conflict resolution in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict; more generally, his work addresses issues around interreligious conflict resolution and the role of interfaith dialogue in peacebuilding.

This event is presented by the University of Utah's Vice President for Academic Affairs; the SJ Quinney College of Law; Vice President for Institutional Advancement; Vice President for Student Affairs; College of Humanities; and Salt Lake City Public Library. The event is sponsored by the following departments at the University of Utah: Languages and Literature Department, International Studies Program, Psychology Department, Honors College, Tanner Humanities Center, and the International Center. This program is funded by the Utah Humanities Council.

Location: Main Library

Contact Information: (801) 524-8200