Center for Peacemaking Practice Lunch - Sports and Peacebuilding
Ph.D, George Mason University
Do you learn from your own engagement in conflict? Are you interested in sharing you practical experience with others, or learning more about practical engagement in conflict and peacemaking?
Come and join the Center for Peacemaking Practice for our bi-weekly Practitioner Lunches.
Lunches are open to anyone interested in attending, regardless of experience!
January 29th - "Sports and Peacebuilding"
Join Craig Esherick, Assistant Professor of Sports Management, and Robert Baker, Associate Professor of Sports Management for a conversation on their experiences using sports as a peacebuilding and community building tool. Esherick and Baker have traveled throughout India, using basketball clinics and camps to build cooperation and community.
Come and join in a conversation as they reflect on what they have learned from this experience, and discuss ways in which sports could be used more widely in the field of peacemaking and peacebuilding.
Everyone Welcome! Lunch Provided!
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