Negotiating Peace

What are the preconditions to negotiate peace?

Is Peace negotiable?

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What does peace mean to you?

The Perpetual Peace Exhibition has been up for a week at the Utrecht University library. Many of you have come by to watch the clips of philosophers an practitioners speak about Kant and their notion of Peace.

What does peace mean to you?

Tell us by leaving a message on this blog!

For inspiration, watch these videos created and selected by students and staff from Beaconhouse National University (BNU) in Lahore, Pakistan speaking about what peace means to them.

Or  theses voices of architecture students at the Kigali Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) in Kigali, Rwanda in conversation around the question: “What does perpetual peace mean to you?

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Moving towards Perpetual Peace

Today we started building the exhibition, held from october 13 – 27  at the University of Utrecht Library (Drift 27). Organised by the Centre for the Humanities and part of the Perpetual Peace Project

We will regularly update this page as part of the exhibition. Please send us photo’s, video’s, relevant links,or simply leave comments to participate in the ongoing dialogue on peace, by clicking on the speech bubble above.

Also: Final call to sign up for our Symposium and Student Workshop!

Your CfH team

Perpetual Peace in Utrecht

Welcome to the Perpetual Peace blog!

From next week onwards we will regularly update this page as part of the Perpetual Peace exhibition from october 13 – 27 held at the University of Utrecht Library (Drift 27) and organised by the Centre for the Humanities. 

You can leave your comments here after viewing the exhibition, or simply leave comments to participate in the ongoing dialogue on peace, by clicking on the speech bubble above.

Also: Don’t forget to sign up for our Symposium and Student Workshop!

Your CfH team