Listening and Dialogue for Peace and Justice: A Roundtable Conversation

Jun 5th 2024
  4:00 pm
  The Rabb Room 100, Barnum Hall, Tufts University, Medford, MA

Join us for a conversation with leaders in peacebuilding and restorative justice, with reflections on how listening and dialogue inform their work and approach. Marc Gwamaka leads peace and values education programs in Rwanda, aiming to build sustainable peace after conflict and genocide. Armand Coleman and Supreme Hassan engage restorative justice principles and practices to promote healing and transformation among incarcerated individuals and impacted communities. This roundtable discussion will explore the value and power of restorative justice.


Marc Gwamaka, Engagement and Outreach Coordinator, Aegis Trust and Kigali Genocide Memorial, Rwanda

Armand Coleman, Founder, Transformational Prison Project, US

Supreme Hassan, Founder, Responsible Party Consulting, US

Facilitated by 

Bridget Conley, Research Director, World Peace Foundation

Jonathan Tirrell, Director, Generous Listening and Dialogue Center


Hosted by

Generous Listening and Dialogue Center, Tisch College of Civic Life, Tufts University

The World Peace Foundation at The Fletcher School, Tufts University

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