Symposium - Peace and Stability Dialogue Series

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The University of Queensland

Sir Llew Edwards Building

Building 14, Rooms 212 (morning) and 217 (afternoon)

Saint Lucia, QLD 4072

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A long-term dialogue space for exploring knowledge systems, governance and the future of our relationship with land in Australia.

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Researchers, thinkers and educators are invited to connect with our innovative Peace and Stability Dialogue Series (Dialogue Series), which will offer a long-term space for exploring knowledge systems, governance and the future of our relationship with land in Australia. The Series brings Indigenous knowledge and leadership together with non-Indigenous academic research and social change projects, to offer a unique space for dialogue in Australian society.

Visit the website to learn more about the Peace and Stability Dialogue Series

MORNING SYMPOSIUM – ALL ARE WELCOME

TIME - 9.30am to 12.30pm

VENUE- Room: 14-212 Sir Llew Edwards Building, UQ, St Lucia

The morning session is open to all who are interested to come along and enjoy thought provoking presentations.

Invited speakers will present Six Provocations. The provocations will be designed to be contradictory, challenging and sometimes confronting.

The provocations and keynote speakers are as follows:

  • Relationism and Survivalism - Dr Mary Graham, UQ
  • Respect, Autonomy and Place - Associate Professor Yi Chen, Bond University
  • Law, Economics, Environment - Dr Michelle Maloney, Australian Earth Laws Alliance and Law Futures Centre, Griffith University
  • Media, Technology and Communications - Professor Marcus Foth, QUT
  • Melancholy Politics - Associate Professor Michelle Boulous-Walker, UQ
  • Pluralism, Ecology and the Commons - Dr Martin Weber, UQ

AFTERNOON WORKSHOP – EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) ARE INVITED

TIME - 1.30pm to 5pm

VENUE - Room 14-217 Sir Llew Edwards Building, UQ, St Lucia

The morning Symposium is free to attend, and you can register now on this eventbrite page. To attend the Afternoon Workshop, please submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) outlining why you wish to attend, what you hope to learn, and some of your initial ideas to contribute to discussion. (See below for a link to the EOI form)

Numbers are limited to 50 people.

The afternoon session will build on the morning’s presentations and discussions.

The provocations will stimulate participants to analyse their own viewpoint and contribution to the new narrative. Participants will be invited, through a facilitated process of discussion circles, to identify their own research project/s for the series.

Participants will be invited to participate in the multi-year Dialogue Series, to contribute ideas and papers throughout the series.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE AFTERNOON WORKSHOP

To participate in the afternoon workshop, you are invited to submit a 150-200 word outline of why you wish to attend, what you hope to learn, and some of your initial ideas to contribute to discussion.

Please submit your Expression of Interest to attend the afternoon workshop via the online form on the Australian Earth Laws Alliance website.

Hosted by:

  • Future Dreaming Australia
  • Australian Earth Laws Alliance
  • School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, The University of Queensland
  • School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland

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The University of Queensland

Sir Llew Edwards Building

Building 14, Rooms 212 (morning) and 217 (afternoon)

Saint Lucia, QLD 4072

Australia

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