Entries by Eva Grosman

New tech, prosperity and peace @ Digital DNA

CDPB are delighted to host in partnership with Build Up a session on “New tech, prosperity and peace” at the annual Digital DNA conference in St. George’s Market, Belfast. We will explore how creative industries and technological innovation in private, public and community sectors are re-shaping economic organisation, and how these can be leveraged to […]

Ulster University in partnership with Build Up and CDPB to host Build Peace in October 2018

Ulster University in partnership with Build Up and the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building, will host the fifth international Build Peace conference. Taking place from 29-31 October, the conference brings together practitioners, activists, academics, policy makers, artists and technologists from across the world to share experience and ideas on using technology, arts and other […]

Build Peace 2018: Re-Imagining Prosperity

Come and join us at the launch of Build Peace 2018 and learn how you can take part and contribute to this exciting international conference. Every year, Build Peace brings together practitioners, activists, academics, policy makers, artists and technologists from around the world to share experience and ideas on using technology, arts and other innovations […]

Home of Hope. Marking 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement.

This week in Belfast, over 200 international delegates from around the globe will come to Belfast for ‘Peace and Beyond’. This is an international conference focused on peace-building to mark the 20th anniversary of the Agreement led by the British Council in partnership with Queen’s University Belfast & Ulster University in association with CDPB. This […]

CDPB to host TEDxStormont Salon on Inspired Life

Come to share, experience and interact with stimulating ideas for an inspired life. At our first TEDxStormont Salon event we will watch TED Talks, host a few live speakers and spark discussion about the talks we’ve witnessed. It will take place on Saturday, 7 April from 10am to 3.30pm in the Long Gallery, Parliament Buildings, […]

Music Unite: A night of music and friendship

Centre for Democracy and Peace Building was delighted to host Music Unite event in The Duncairn as a part of Imagine Belfast Festival of Politics and Ideas. The event brought together Patrick Ayrton – internationally renowned conductor, harpsichordist, organist and professor at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague and celebrated German violinist Daniela Helm with […]

Tina McKenzie appointed to the CDPB Board of Directors

We are absolutely delighted to announce the appointment of Tina McKenzie to the CDPB Board of Directors. Welcoming the appointment, CDPB Chairman Lord Alderdice said: “Tina McKenzie is an extraordinary individual, who has already been a huge success in business, but has never lost her heart for the community and her wish to make a […]

Lord Alderdice on Fundamentalism, Radicalization and Terrorism

Fundamentalism, Radicalization and Terrorism. Part 1: terrorism as dissolution in a complex systems In the first of two papers, Lord Alderdice draws on his personal experience of living and working in Northern Ireland and other countries that have suffered from terrorism, and describes from a psychoanalytic and systemic perspective the history of national, cultural and […]

CDPB to participate in the World Science Forum 2017

Thanks to the invitation from the Global Thinkers Forum, the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building is delighted to partner with the WANA Institute and host the session at the World Science Forum in Jordan. World Science Forum 2O17 theme is Science for Peace. It will engage the world of science and redefine the global […]