The full-day programme will cover topics including post-conflict justice, young voices, African reconstruction, practical efforts in reconciliation, and personal stories and analysis of conflict from around the world.
“The thirst for revenge is primeval, and mankind has proved entirely inept at managing conflict and peace.
“Those who suffer injustice demand the perpetrator suffers equally, yet for those defeated in conflict humiliation has the most hurtful consequences. The need to give your foe some dignity in defeat is vital.
“This Summit will provide insights into how we might manage peace to avoid future conflicts and help create more peaceful communities. Regent’s University London is proud to work with the Tutu Foundation UK to promote inclusion, equal opportunity and justice.”
Clive Conway, Chairman of the Tutu Foundation UK, adds:
“The Tutu Foundation UK was founded in 2007 and is built on the inspiration, knowledge and wisdom of the Southern African concept of Ubuntu, and on those South African communities who sought reconciliation rather than revenge following the overthrow of Apartheid.
“Ubuntu encourages us to recognise our common humanity and interdependence as fellow human beings. It emphasises what we have in common, rather than our differences. We work hard to prevent and resolve conflict, helping people build peaceful communities.”