Posted 19 August 2021
Winter Programme 2022
In this series of eight civic conversations for Northern Ireland and the Border Counties we will explore questions such as, ‘What kind of world would we like to live in by 2030?’, ‘What kind of world would we like for our children and grandchildren?’, ‘What things matter to us in shaping a common good shared by all?’. We will look at the totality of relationships which can shape the common good: –
- Our relationships with each other in Northern Ireland,
- Our relationships with each other on the island of Ireland,
- Our relationships with each other between the Islands of Ireland and Britain
- And our relationships with the earth.
DATES AND CONTENT
31 January – Key Moments in Irish-British Political History
7 February – The Politics of Reconciliation
21 February – Just Economics
28 February – Making Friends with the Earth
7 March – Reconciliation and a Culture of Human Rights
14 March – Identity Politics: Stumbling Block to Reconciliation?
21 March – The Spiritual, the Social and the Human
28 March – The Common Good, Reconciliation & Totality of Relationships
Monday Evenings from 7 to 8:30pm via Zoom
Facilitated by Cathy Higgins and Johnston McMaster
Everyone is welcome. Technical support will be available.
Please email Kirstie at firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form.