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Thursday, June 22 • 1:30pm - 3:15pm
Global Peace

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While many connections will be made informally throughout the event, we have scheduled convenings to provide formal spaces for affinity groups to network and engage in movement building. During these convenings, participants will engage in dialogue that leads to common commitments or coordinated action; connect with leaders in a particular sector or field of interest; and identify challenges, map assets, and develop action plans.
Convenings will tackle key questions confronting different parts of the movement, including: What are the core challenges or needs among your justice stream? What are the assets and connections around the room? What can our organizations bring to this work? What can we do as individuals?”
Please note: for convenings that have two meetings scheduled, participation in the first is strongly encouraged before attending the second. 

Facilitators and Moderators
avatar for Rose Berger

Rose Berger

Senior Associate Editor, Sojourners
My roots are in California; my wings in D.C. I'm a Catholic feminist. I'm a student of nonviolence--strategic and Christian--and part of the Catholic Nonviolence Initiative. I live in the Anacostia watershed in D.C. I've been at Sojourners for more than 30 years. I'm a poet and w... Read More →
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Martin Brooks

Director of Partnerships, Peace Catalyst International
Martin is the Director of Partnerships and the Midwest Regional Director for Peace Catalyst Intl. He is based in Louisville KY, where he works to create safe spaces for Muslims and Christians to form genuine friendships, mutual respect and understanding. He is very interested in diversity issues. Martin is a PhD student studying Education and Social Change and an adjunct professor at Bellarmine University. He sits on the board of Interfaith Paths to Peace in Louisville KY. He has lived with his family in Mozambique, Ghana, Portugal, and Turkish Cyprus where he received a Master of Arts in International Relations from Near East University. He has supervised missionaries and humanitarian projects in Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq, South Sudan, Morocco, Tanzania, and Ghana. Martin created a cross-cultural training program for westerners desiring to live and work internationally. More recently, he has worked with the... Read More →

Thursday June 22, 2017 1:30pm - 3:15pm
Room 6A

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