The Center for Citizen Peacebuilding


"The Life and Times of a Peace Process: Comparative Perspectives"


Paul Arthur, Professor of Politics, University of Ulster, Northern Ireland and currently Visiting Professor at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice

Monday, October 11th
SBSG 1321

Professor Arthur was one of the facilitators who was deeply involved in bringing about the peace treaty in Northern Ireland and is an authority on how to resolve Anglo-Irish political disputes. He is frequently consulted by policy makers as they consider new policy reforms. Additionally, he has been involved in a series of problem-solving workshops in Colombia, Guatemala, Sri Lanka, Palestine and Macedonia. In the past two years, he was involved in background discussions with the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka and delegations from Georgia, Iraq and Israel/Palestine when they visited Northern Ireland.

Lunch will be served.

Contact: Paula Garb,

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