Archive | March, 2013

CDRS Student Mark Thuillier Wins Rory Brady Essay Prize

Mark Thuillier, a student on the Conflict and Dispute Resolution Studies programme, has won the Rory Brady/American Arbitration Association essay competition.   The competition called for papers which touched upon any aspect of conflict & dispute resolution. Building on an essay that he submitted for the CDRS programme in December, he wrote about women, their […]

Academic Second Hand Book Sale

Academic Second Hand Book Sale in the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin, Bea House, Milltown Park, Dublin 6 Theology Peace Studies Ecumenics World Religions Inter-religious dialogue Northern Ireland Social Justice Human rights Conflict resolution American history and politics Biography Development Thursday 4 April and Friday 5 April from 10.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. Tel. […]

Flags in Fermanagh: Fermanagh Churches Forum and How Churches Can Contribute to A Shared Future in Northern Ireland

The Fermanagh Churches Forum recently hosted a conference on “Flags, God and Divided Loyalties.” There was lively discussion and some productive thinking about how churches can contribute to the common good as Northern Ireland navigates its journey from Troubles to (hopefully) peace. The conference was organised by the Good Relations Department of Fermanagh District Council […]

Book Launch, Iain Atack, Nonviolence in Political Theory

Book Launch, Iain Atack, Nonviolence in Political Theory, (2012), Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh Family, friends, colleagues, students and alumni gathered for the launch of Nonviolence in Political Theory, (2012), Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, by Iain Atack.  The event took place in Trinity’s Long Room Hub and the book was launched by  the Hub’s Director, Professor […]

Gillian Wylie recently co-authored and co-presented a paper at the World Alliance of Cities Against Poverty held in Dublin February 20-21

Gillian Wylie recently co-authored and co-presented a paper on ‘ICT 4 the MDGs?: The Role of Technology in Making Cities Safer, Smarter and More Sustainable’ with Prof Siobhan Clarke of Computer Science in TCD and Hans Zomer of Dochas. In the photo Siobhan Clark, Hans Zomer along with  fellow panellists Johannes Loh and Taukik Indrakesum of Asian Trends […]