SUBMITTING A PSA: KUER will select 6-8 calendar submissions from non-profit organizations to rotate on-air for a two-week period. PSAs are selected for on-air inclusion on the basis of community service and appropriateness for KUER’s audience. Because this is a free service to non-profits, on-air broadcast is not guaranteed. KUER reserves the right to remove material that is not conducive to FCC guidelines.
Panel #1: Environment and Growth: Negotiating a Balance Chair: Michele Strauble, S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah Panelists: Tariq Banuri, College of Architecture and Planning, The University of Utah -SOCIAL JUSTICE IN A FINITE WORLD Randall Tolpinrud,PaxNatura, Salt Lake City, UT –PAX NATURA: A PRIMER TO PEACE AMONG NATIONS Kyle Whyte, Department of Philosophy, Michigan State University - INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND CLIMATE JUSTICE
Panel #2: Economic Inequality, Peace, and Justice Chair: Harris Sondak, David Eccles School of Business, The University of Utah Panelists: Katherine Barbieri, Department of Political Science, University of South Carolina – GLOBALIZATION, LIBERAL POLICIES, AND WAR Frances Stewart, Department of Economics, Oxford University – HORIZONTAL INEQUALITIES AS A SOURCE OF GLOBAL CONFLICT Discussion with Q & A
S.J. Quinney College of Law, Moot Courtroom: 12:15pm Keynote Lecture:Between Pacifism and Just War Theory David Rodin:Director of Research at the Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics at Oxford University; Co-Director, Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law, and Armed Conflict, Oxford University; and Global Ethics Fellow, Carnegie Council Discussion with Q & A
Officers Club, Fort Douglas at the University of Utah 2:00pm Panel #3: War, Jihad, and Reconciliation Chair: Leonard Hawes, Department of Communication, The University of Utah Panelist: Douglas Johnston, International Center for Religion and Diplomacy, Washington, DC – FAITH-BASED DIPLOMACY: AN ASYMMETRIC COUNTER TO THE ASYMMETRIC THREAT Abdul-QayumMohmand, Middle East Center, TheUniversity of Utah – ISLAMIC APPROACH TO CONFLICT RESOLUTION Discussion with Q & A
Panel #4: Round Table: Pragmatism and Vision in Building Peace Presenter & Moderator:Cheyney Ryan, School of Law, University of Oregon and Ethics, Law and Armed Forces Program, Oxford University - Pragmatism and Vision in Building Peace Student Responders: Gage Hansen, S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah Lisa Hawkins, Department of Economics, The University of Utah Oriene Shin, S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah Betty Stoneman, Department of Philosophy, Utah Valley University Pratik Raghu,Honors Program, Westminster College
Discussion with Q & A
Officer's Club, Fort Douglas and S.J. Quinney College of Law, Moot Courtroom