You are invited to the ICERM Radio Panel Discussion Broadcast.
Theme: Ethno-Religious Conflicts in South Sudan, the CAR, the DRC and Nigeria: Encouraging Aspects within the Chaos
Date: Thursday, January 16 2014 at 7:30 pm in EST, New York.
Every community, whether village or nation, is an expression of the consciousness of that community in that place and time. This consciousness affects the communities’ identity, perspectives, and so their interaction with each other and the outside world.
This week, we are honored to have an exceptional panel of experts whose knowledge and expertise can help bring a deeper understanding of the individual and collective consciousness at work breeding & feeding conflict in South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic, and Nigeria.
Within the chaos, even in the direst situations, there are adaptive strategies at play. There is an emergent thinking that is working; there are individuals and budding paradigms that hold promise.
In the next hour, we hope to gain new insights into that which offers us hope & inspires optimism for Africa.
Overarching questions: Where do these healthy strategies emerge from? What can we do to foster these ideas? Support these individuals? Nurture these adaptive paradigms?
Experts / Panelists
Dr. Mwangi S. Kimenyi
Prof. John Mukum Mbaku
Ambassador Shola J. Omoregie
Agiri Chris JN Esq
Prof. René Lemarchand
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