In a world of virtual conversations, it can be easy to talk, but often harder to act. After discussing interreligious dialogue and decolonization in environmental peacebuilding, what are the next steps to take?
In this interactive conversation, we will break out into small groups to brainstorm the needs of our communities, the futures we imagine, and the pathways to reaching those futures that are more peaceful, sustainable, and just. No need to come with preparation or expertise —we are hoping to understand a diversity of perspectives from all of those who are able and willing to join.
While there are no panelists for this event, we are incredibly grateful to those who have volunteered as discussion leaders to facilitate our Zoom breakout sessions.
This event is the second in a series of three events examining the role of faith communities in environmental peacebuilding. Additional events in the series include:
- February 11—Care for Creation as a Common Denominator: Interfaith Approaches to Environmental Peacebuilding
- February 18—Decolonizing the Land: Christian Grassroots Approaches to Environmental Peacebuilding
Originally published at kroc.nd.edu.