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Number 235 supplement: January 2016

Larry Speight's Eco-Awareness: Climate Conference Fantasies

Please note this is a short supplement with mainly time-limited or immediate information, not a full issue (the next one will appear at the start of February)

Masculinities, Violence and (Post-)Conflict
The Transitional Justice Institute (TJI), the International Conflict Research Institute (INCORE) and the Institute for Research in Social Sciences (IRISS) at Ulster University are hosting a one-day open postgraduate conference on 'Masculinities, Violence and (Post-) Conflict' on 14th January 2016 at Ulster University, Belfast Campus, running from 9.00 am to 6.15pm+ The conference brings together a wide variety of scholars and students working on the intersections between gender, masculinities, violence and (post-)conflict, and includes a diversity of papers. The event will offer academic presentations, peer discussion, networking opportunities and expert feedback in a supportive environment. 

A keynote speech will be delivered by Dr. Chris Dolan from the Refugee Law Project (RLP) in Uganda, and a concluding presentation will be given by Prof. Brandon Hamber, INCORE, Ulster University. The conference will be concluded by the launch of the book 'Boys, Young Men and Violence: Masculinities, Education and Practice' by Dr. Ken Harland and Prof. Sam McGready (Ulster University). (Further information click on 'Events'.)

The conference is open and attendance is free of charge. Lunch will be provided. For registration, contact Schulz-P@email.ulster.ac.uk  by 10th January (note date) at the latest. The conference is supported by TJI, INCORE, IRISS, International Alert, Saferworld, Conciliation Resources and the Political Settlements Research Programme.

Afri Féile Bríde 2016: A Time of Opportunity
This takes place on Saturday 6th February at Solas Bhríde, Kildare Town. Post-Paris it is clear that this people power needs to continue and grow, that it is up to citizens of the world, we the people, to take responsibility and 'be the change we want to see in the world'. This is a time of opportunity and Féile Bríde will explore what can be done - and what is already being done - by ordinary people to save our planet. Full price €15, concessions €12; (see booking link).

Féile Bríde is part of a week-long series of events taking place in Kildare organized by the Brigidine Sisters and Cairde Bríde. Organized by Afri in partnership with St. Patrick's Missionary Society Kiltegan and Cairde Bríde.

Paris and National Energy Policy responses
Responses to the Paris climate change agreement, and the Irish Government's energy policy White Paper, include ones on the Friends of the Earth Ireland (which has a link to the policy itself) and the Environmental Pillar

PBI Orientation Day
Peace Brigades International has an orientation day at the end of January for those who want to find out more and particularly for those thinking about volunteering with a PBI field project. The Orientation Day is an interactive workshop that will give a better insight into PBI's global work and a real feel of what it is to volunteer with the field projects. Topics will include an explanation of what PBI is about, the work of Human Rights Defenders, the Theory of Protection, and Consensus decision-making theory. It takes place on Saturday 30th January from 09:00 - 17:00 at The Lantern Intercultural Centre, Synge Street, central Dublin. The cost of attending is €30.

If you are interested in attending please email Alexandra Dinca at alexandra.dinca123@gmail.com PBI, 'Making space for peace', "provide protection, support and recognition to local human rights defenders who work in areas of repression and conflict and have requested our support"; "In 2014 PBI worked with more that 300 inspiring women and men, who put their lives at risk in order to defend the rights of others." See also www.peacebrigades.org (and Ireland as a country group included there). This item already appeared in NN 235 in December

From Majority Rule to Inclusive Politics
This is a seminar organised by the School of Politics in Queen's University Belfast, taking place from 4 – 6pm on Wednesday 10th February with involvement from John Barry, Katy Morison, John Morison, and Tommy Sands. Further details in the first instance from pemerson@deborda.org www.deborda.org

 

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