The Centre hosted leading experts to discuss pluralism in peacebuilding at the Pluralism Forum.
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While in Ottawa, United Nations Secretary-General attended a luncheon co-hosted by the Global Centre for Pluralism.
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Pluralism and Peace Processes in a Fragmenting World
A statement on the recent mosque attack in Quebec City
Pluralism Youth Workshop at Organisation internationale de la Francophonie
The Centre participates in first ever Conference of Francophone youth in Paris, France. Read more here >
World Forum for Democracy
The Centre attends World Forum for Democracy conference in Strasbourg, France.
UNESCO International Conference on the Prevention of Violent Extremism through Education: Taking Action
The Centre attends UNESCO conference on preventing violent extremism through education in Delhi.
The 6 Degrees Conference
The Centre is pleased to announce that we will be partnering with the Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC) as a sponsor of the 6 Degrees Junior Fellowship Program.
Our 2015 Annual Report is now online
Read up on our programming, new building, fund management, and more.
Launch of new project on history and memory in Kyrgyzstan
On May 4th, the Centre hosted a workshop for its new research project on history and memory in Kyrgyzstan.
The Ottawa Peace Talks were a great success
On April 19th, 2016, the Global Centre for Pluralism and Interpeace co-hosted the Ottawa Peace Talks. Click here to see pictures of the event, and stay tuned for videos.
Roundtable with Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO
On March 30, the Centre hosted a roundtable discussion with Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, and senior representatives from government and Canadian educational and research institutions on the role of education in promoting inclusive societies. Read more >
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