JUST GOVERNANCE FOR HUMAN SECURITY
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The Human Factor in Just Governance
The struggle for just governance demands much of those who take it on. It depends on people of integrity, vision and commitment, who can work cooperatively, develop new structures, build trust between factions, confront corruption, and much else.
The forum on Just Governance for Human Security brings together people active in this struggle from more than 40 countries including diplomats, politicians, journalists, academics and civil society activists. Some come from countries under authoritarian rule, others from emerging or established democracies. Everyone has the opportunity to share their own experience and learn from others. The agenda is shaped by the situations they face.
The focus is on the human factors which enable both leaders and citizens to work effectively towards an inclusive, democratic approach. What does it take to build a strong team? What sustains a person in the struggle to overcome oppression? What can help trust to grow in situations of intense mistrust? What alternatives can win those attracted to violent extremism?
Workshops offer the opportunity for participants to enhance their skills in negotiation, mediation, cross-cultural teamwork, peacemaking, anti-corruption strategies.
The forum will also focus on the wounded memories which, unhealed, undermine every attempt to sustain peace. Many people have found Caux a safe environment in which to bring these wounds into the open, and develop an agenda for healing.
Audience: Those active for just governance at every level including: parliaments and governments, in the media, education, industry, business and civic affairs
- Overcoming corruption - experience from several continents
- Healing wounds of history to make peace sustainable
- Strengthening democracy in Eastern Europe
- Responding to violent extremism
- Those active for just governance at every level including: parliaments and governments, in the media, education, industry, business and civic affairs.
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