Beyond Tolerance: Citizenship, Diversity, Constructive Conflict
On the backdrop of migration-related tensions, pockets of radicalisation and the debate around Brexit, we invite you to a celebration of the proactive pursuit of diversity and the virtues of constructive conflict.
Through a series of interactive talks and panels, we will explore:
The roots of polarised conflict,
Ways in which we can ‘immunize’ communities against false binaries and extremism,
The role of education, enterprise, entertainment, politics and academia in promoting diversity and fostering cohesion.
This event is free with a limited number of seats open to all. Please e-mail email@example.com for any queries or to register your interest to join.
For content and speaker ideas, please contact the event chair Professor Lutfey Siddiqi: L.Y.Siddiqi@lse.ac.uk.
Friday 25 November 2016, 9.00am - 1.00pm, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre.
Supported by the LSE CIS and LSE Institute of Global Affairs.
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