Complex Conflicts through Community Engagement & Peace Technology

Carter School Peace Week: Recovering better for an equitable and sustainable world

Approaching Complex Conflicts through Community Engagement and Peace Technology

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Facilitator: Keil Eggers

Hosted by Carter School Peace Engineering Lab

The Peace Engineering Fellows at the Carter School Peace Engineering Lab have taken a multi-faceted approach to exploring the emerging and evolving field of peace engineering, particularly as it applies to the intersection of SDG Goals 4 and 16. The panel will be a conversation between three Peace Engineering Fellows – with expertise in complexity-informed conflict resolution and SenseMaker, urban planning and community engagement, and digital diplomacy, smart city development, and data trust fiduciaries – around a set of questions focusing on ways to work within complex systems and how emerging technologies can be used for community engagement. Each Peace Engineering Fellow will share how their area of expertise approaches supports conflict resolution through engagement with citizens and innovative peace data and how this supports SDG 16.

Speakers:

Keil Eggers, Peace Engineering Fellow and PhD student Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Ashton Rohmer, Peace Engineering Fellow and PhD student Conflict Analysis and Resolution

Elana Sokol, Peace Engineering Fellow and PhD student Conflict Analysis and Resolution

The event is finished.

Date

Sep 23 2021
Expired!

Time

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm