Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Peace Action Roundtable: Strait Talk Peace Projects Peer Critique

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Smith-Buonanno 101

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Peace Action Roundtable: Strait Talk Peace Projects Peer Critique

One of the most important goals of the Strait Talk mission is to empower our delegates to return to their communities and be the drivers of change for peace in new and creative ways. To accomplish this, we challenge the delegates to create Peace Projects — innovative solutions for tackling some of the issues presented by the Taiwan Strait conflict. The form of these projects can range from creating new types of social networks to recording oral histories, and they are all crafted so that the delegates can successfully implement them after leaving the Strait Talk Symposium. The Strait Talk Steering Committee would like to invite the public to attend this peer critique session hosted by Alan Harlam from the Swearer Center for Public Service, in order to provide constructive feedback on delegates' proposed peace projects.

Location: Smith-Buonanno 101.