Dr. Jovanovic spoke at the 2006 APA Annual Convention and discussed her work with the Greensboro Truth and Community Reconciliation Project. Click here to read Dr. Jovanovic's talk, The Greensboro Truth And Community Reconciliation Project: Communication For Community Change Or Communication For Reconciliation: Grassroots Work For Community Change.
Eileen Borris' Presidential Address, Political Forgiveness and International Affairs was given at the 113th Convention of the American Psychological Association: Peace Division (48) in Washington, D.C. Click to read Dr. Eileen Borris' Presidential address Political Forgiveness and International Affairs.
Johan Galtung's Acceptance Speech for the Morton Deutsch Conflict Resolution Award was given at the 110th Convention of the American Psychological Association: Peace Division (48) in Chicago on the 25th of August 2002. Click to read his address Exiting from the Terrorism-State Terrorism Vicious Cycle: Some Psychological Conditions.
Click to read Milton Schwebel's How Will the Children Fare?
This presentation explores, by offering an example, the idea that visualizing peace, as urged by sociologist Elise Boulding, is a needed practice for peace-builders. Stories of people and their projects, with accompanying images, are given as elements of the authorÕs particular vision. Current realities of dangerous over-militarization, structural violence, and violence to the environment form the background, with the focus being on the transformation of these realities. The presentation is meant to inspire other peace-workers to mentally formulate and visually construct their own visions of reality-based peace. Click here to read Dorothy Ciarlo's invited Address for the Peace Psychology Division (48), presented at the American Psycholgical Association, Convention, San Francisco, California, August 2001, Transforming 'Swords' into 'Plowshares': Images and Stories
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