Monthly Archives: July 2011

Interview with Nathaniel Cook about events in Oslo

Nathaniel Cook, a Peace Scholar from Concordia College, was recently interviewed about his experience during the recent violence in Oslo, Norway. Where were you/what were you doing when the bombing took place? When the bombing took place I was sitting … Continue reading

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Oslo Explosions

We sit at the other side of the world and listen with confusion and fear about the early reports of the Oslo blast. We have more questions than answers. At first, the personal questions: Are our loved ones safe? Next … Continue reading

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2012 Keynote Speaker Announced: South African President F.W. de Klerk!!!

You deserve some very big, very good news. It’s an honor to announce that former President of South Africa F. W. de Klerk has accepted our invitation to be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Nobel Peace Prize Forum.  We’ll send … Continue reading

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