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In Centre News we invite supporters to attend the Transport Committee which will consider the proposal for an Opposing War Memorial and give an update on our Peacebuilding for Schools project and plans for a Restorative Practice module. We have a number of upcoming events including “UN: Peacemaker or Toothless Tiger?” and a performance of the “This Evil Thing” by Michael Mears, a one man play about First World War COs.
In “The UN and Responsibility to Protect” Anelise Vaz examines the value and challenges of the doctrine and urges the international community take effective Contenactions to protect human rights around the world.
A different and more flexible way to deal with crime is explained by Daniela Oppitz in “Restorative Justice: an alternative approach to crime”.
Niamh McGurk reviews Daniel Ellsberg’s “The Doomsday Machine” and reveals the real story behind the new movie “The Post”.
These are just a few of the many interesting pieces of this issue. We hope you enjoy!
“Restorative Justice: an alternative approach to crime” by Daniela Oppitz
Daniel Ellsberg’s “The Doomsday Machine” reviewed by Niamh McGurk
News from Around the Movements
Unsung Heroes: Nadine Labaki by Olivia Kashti
Reflection: Women human rights defenders in Palestine by Julia Fernandez
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