The John Hewitt Society Summer SchoolExhibition Launch: Daily Lives: Asylum Seekers in Italy and Ireland

Exhibition Launch: Daily Lives: Asylum Seekers in Italy and Ireland
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
6:00 PM 6:30 PM
Time: 6pm – 6.30pm
Venue: The Foyer Walls (Upper), The Market Place & Arts Centre, Armagh
Free. No Booking Required

A Photographic Exhibition by Mariusz Smiejek
Mariusz Smiejek is an award-winning photojournalist from Poland where he was professionally trained by the National Geographic. His work at the Institute for Conflict Research in Belfast is dedicated to exposing issues related to conflict transformation in its many guises including working with former combatants, families affected by conflict and those seeking a haven in Northern Ireland from conflict elsewhere.

For more information see here

Supported by the Institute for Conflict Research

‘Shaping the Future of Peace Training in Europe and Beyond’ Conference
1st October – 2nd October 2018
Vienna, Austria

ICR is proud to be a member of the PeaceTraining.eu Consortium delivering this 2-day conference of workshops, presentations, panel discussions and collaborative development and design sessions. The conference aims to bring together the state of the art of the field of peace training across all sectors – government, military, police, civilian – to identify critical new frontiers, lessons learned, and innovations in technology and practice, and to contribute practically to improving the practice, delivery, quality and impact of peace training and capacity building in the field.

For more information and to register, please go to https://www.peacetraining.eu/shaping-the-future/