Toward a World of Tolerance and Peace
- --- Humanity Rising Day 288 - Friday July 9, 2021 (GoTo Bottom)
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There is no challenge greater in our world today than for humanity to come together as one. As we confront unprecedented challenges, at the center of which is runaway climate change and a fraught international community seemingly incapable of maintaining even a semblance of unity, the attainment of tolerance and peace is an urgent political and social imperative. Ubiquity University is honored to be working with the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace to establish a new Masters Program in Tolerance Studies and Global Peace. The MA will commence in September. We welcome you to enroll.
The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace has assembled a global network of parliamentarians, academics, activists and diplomats to move beyond peace as merely the absence of conflict to a proactive notion of peace as an embrace of tolerance and respect for diversity. Ubiquity University is committed to providing learners with the skills they need to both navigate an increasingly hypercomplex world and to come together to solve global challenges. Working together, we are launching a new Master Program open for global participation on the critical imperative of teaching and practicing tolerance and peace.
- We will be in dialogue with His Excellency Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Jarwan, President, Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, and Basma El Zein, Director, Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, and Director General, Governance and Sustainability Center, University of Business and Technology
- Jim Garrison, President, Ubiquity University
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