How majorities and minorities interact with each other is a part of conflicts in our countries. Whether across ethnic, religious or even gender divides we see similarities in how majorities and minorities interact with each other. This interactive session will invite you to reflect on these dynamics with a focus on peacebuilding.
Join the Network on Tuesday, 14 July 2020, 8 pm BKK time (9 am EST) for a webinar with three SEA-AIR Fellows on majority-minority dynamics in South and Southeast Asia. Suchith Abeyewickreme (Sri Lanka, Buddhist), Joseph Tun Khaing (Myanmar, Christian), Kriya Langputeh (Thailand, Muslim) will lead the interactive session.
Click here to register. Invitations via email will be sent to all registered participants next week.
Southeast Asia: Advancing Inter-Religious dialogue and Freedom of Religion or Belief (SEA-AIR) is a European Union-funded consortium project that began in January 2019. The SEA-AIR project is implemented in consortium with The Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers, Finn Church Aid, Sathirakoses Nagapradipa Foundation, Islamic Relief Worldwide, World Conference for Religions for Peace Inc., and World Faiths Development Dialogue.