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Shared Space & Reconciliation: Can shared space promote intergroup reconciliation and respect?

Queen’s University Belfast on December 2nd, 2016


Presentations:

  • Joanne Hughes (Queens University Belfast)
    ‘Shared Education’: A model for promoting inter-group relations in divided societies?
     
  • Lindsey Cameron (University of Kent) 
    Closing the space between groups via confidence in contact
     
  • Bree Hocking (Open University)
    Branding Peace: Public art, shared space and the ‘post-conflict’ landscape
     
  • Giovanni Travaglino (University of Kent)
    Brexit Between Borders – A Social Psychological Analysis of the Roles of Aversion to Foreigners and Political Trust in EU Referendum Voting Intentions.
     
  • Dympna McGlade (NICRC)
    From Conversation to Transformation  – a journey of change at the interface
     
  • John Dixon (Open University)
    The Belfast Mobility Project: Contact, segregation and the time-geography of residents’ pathways through the city
     
  • Anna K. Glick (Globe Smart Kids)
    One Globe Kids: Using technology to encourage cross-group friendship among children.
     
  • Tina Keil (University of Exeter)
    Using technology to capture real-time intergroup contact in everyday settings
     
  • Stephen McCabe, (Impact Officer, Queens University Belfast)
    How to achieve and evidence impact in our research
     
  
     
 

 


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