Each year, the Pursuit of Justice Conference brings together scholars on the fore of hate studies to lead a discussion on crime and social justice. This year’s theme is “Understanding Hatred, Confronting Intolerance, Eliminating Inequality. Hosted by Gonzaga Law School and the Washington Task Force on Race and the Criminal Justice System, speakers will address [...]
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Date: October 26, 2011 The panel addressed the importance of developing cognitive, communicational, and relational skills needed for living and working in a multicultural environment. Special attention was paid to the role of education programs in developing cooperation and understanding among students from different ethnic and religious backgrounds. In addition to Barbara Gottschalk of Seeds [...]
The Teenage Interfaith Diversity Education Conference 2010 Date: May 28-31, 2010 The Interfaith Action’s Youth Leadership Program, in collaboration with the Brudnick Center for the Study of Violence and Conflict at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts from Friday evening May 28, 2010 through Monday afternoon May 31, 2010.
Contributions within an ecological framework Date: October 11, 2010 The sobering realities of the 21st century have opened the eyes of many to the urgent need to support sustainable communities in the areas of work, education and health. Scholars and practitioners both have widely acknowledged the existence of multiple realms of influence upon individuals, families, [...]
Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict International Conference Date: November 3, 2006
Combating Hate and Prejudice on Campus Date: March 20-22, 2003
Date: November 5, 2001 During WWII, not a single Jewish resident of Bulgaria was deported to a death camp. This is despite the fact that Bulgaria was allied with the Nazis. There are two distinct goals of the conference. The first is to identify the factors which served as the impetus to such extraordinary action [...]
Date: April 18-20, 2001 The long-term impact of the Holocaust is not confined to Western society. Half a century since the end of the Shoah, intellectuals, writers and scholars from Africa, Asia and Latin America have also come to ponder the significance of Europe’s quintessential evil for their own societies and worldviews. More about this [...]