2015-03-01 Adelaide: GCRI Public Lecture

Date: Tuesday 01 March, 2016.

Time: 7.30 pm - 8.45 pm

Topic: Telling a different story: how Rwandans are healing hatreds and reconciling after genocide.

Speaker: Dr John Steward

Cost: Free - Please register here

Venue: Tabor College of Higher Education - Lecture Room 5. 181 Goodwood Rd. Millswood, SA

The Graeme Clark Research Institute is pleased to present a free public lecture with Dr John Steward, who has lectured in agriculture and theology in Indonesia before spending twenty years with World Vision. His book arises from his experiences working with Rwandans following the 1994 genocide.

This free public lecture is part of the Graeme Clark Research Institute's focus upon “Faith. Reason. Justice,”  which explores the role of the churches’, Christian institutions’, and individual people of faith roles in contributing to healthy and robust public discourse.

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