Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion

Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion

This winter, Seton Hall’s Center for Peace and Conflict Studies hosted a delegation of officers from Zurich’s Center for Security Studies, who challenged the Seton Hall community to reimagine conflict resolution approaches with religious dimensions.

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