OLIVIER MEMORIAL PEACE LECTURE 2016
Rethinking security in a violent world
Does security mean defence: drones, tanks and barbed-wire fences? Or can it mean building relationships, confronting inequalities and recognising each other’s humanity?
The Olivier Memorial Peace Lecture 2016 was given by Celia McKeon on Wednesday 16 November in Ludlow Assembly Rooms. Celia McKeon has worked internationally as Director of Policy at Conciliation Resources. She was the Quaker representative in former Yugoslavia, and now leads on the Peace & Security and Northern Ireland programmes for the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.
After the lecture there were questions and discussion.